‘Managing for Resilience: Framing an Integrated Landscape Approach for Overcoming Chronic Food Insecurity presents an integrated landscape and resilience management framework to tackle chronic food insecurity and vulnerable livelihoods. Climate change and fluctuating global markets represent grave risks to agriculture and agrarian-based livelihoods, as well as significantly increasing food insecurity. Overcoming these challenges requires a broad and integrated approach, an approach explored by this paper published by Landscapes for People, Food, and Nature.
The paper presents an integrated landscape and resilience management framework designed around four inter-connected landscape dimensions - agroecosystem, livelihood, ecosystem, and institutions - that are critical for achieving livelihood and food security, as well as ecological resilience.
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