Achieving Climate Change Adaptation through Integrated Landscape Management

Effective adaptation of land and water use to an increasingly extreme and unpredictable climate will require addressing the inextricable links between agriculture, forests, water, biodiversity and energy, as well as how these are influenced by other social, economic and political challenges. A critical mechanism for achieving integration across sectors and stakeholders is for farmers, other land managers, policy makers, civil society organizations, business leaders and investors to come together around their landscape to address common challenges at a local scale. This process is referred to as Integrated Landscape Management (ILM).

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