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Implementing Forest Landscape Restoration under the Bonn Challenge: A Systematic ApproachAuthor(s): John Stanturf; Michael Kleine; Stephanie Mansourian; John A. Parrotta; Palle Madsen; Promode Kant; Janice Burns; Andreas Bolte
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Washington Office
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DescriptionThere is no one-size-fits-all way to successfully implement forest landscape restoration (FLR). Complex socio-ecological systems present challenges and opportunities that can best be met with a systematic framework for designing, planning, steering, and monitoring FLR projects to meet diverse needs. Project cycle management is an iterative, adaptive, hierarchical framework with recurring consultations among stakeholders that can enhance the likelihood of FLR success.
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CitationStanturf, John; Kleine, Michael; Mansourian, Stephanie; Parrotta, John A.; Madsen, Palle; Kant, Promode; Burns, Janice; Bolte, Andreas. 2019. Implementing Forest Landscape Restoration under the Bonn Challenge: A Systematic Approach. Annals of Forest Science 76:50
KeywordsBonn Challenge, Ecological integrity, Livelihoods, Governance, Project cycle management
- Putting the pieces together: Integration for forest landscape restoration implementation
- From addressing symptoms to tackling the illness: Reversing forest loss and degradation
- Considering diverse knowledge systems in forest landscape restoration
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