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A 7 page case study describes and illustrates how IUCN’s Livelihoods and Landscapes Initatiave engaged residents and other stakeholders in developing future scenarios for their landscape, and how the activity led to the creation of outcome indicators.  To view the case study click here.

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An 8-page case study describes and illustrates how IUCN’s Livelihoods and Landscapes Initiative worked in the landscapes around the Bururi and Kebira Forest Reserves with photobaselines and facilitated drawing with stakeholders to identify scenarios that would improve the livelihoods of the people and conserve the forest biodiversity.  The activities generated outcome indicators for tracking change in the landscapes. 
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Back to KENVO and the Kinjabe landscape case study page

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This guide can help you think about uses for scoring tools in your landscape and how to construct and implement them.
What phenomena can be assessed with a scoring tool?
There are few limits to the types of conditions that can be scored.  Scores simply tell us how effectively a system performs relative to its ideal.  Some [...]

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Brazil – Conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem services in the cacao production landscape of southern Bahia, Brazil
Brazil – Conservation of a forested landscape and traditional livelihoods in an area of high land use pressure in the central Amazon
Brazil – Ecoagriculture in the Torres Region of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil: Tradeoffs or synergies in banana [...]

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Threat Analysis

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Theory of change modeling

Theory of Change is an innovation of the Aspen Institute. The Theory of Change model defines building blocks that are required to bring about a given long term goal.  The set of connected building blocks is depicted on a map known as a pathway of change, which is a graphic representation of the change process.  [...]

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Causal Diagramming

A type of conceptual model that is commonly and easily used is the causal diagram, sometimes referred to as the causal loop diagram.  Causal diagrams aid groups in thinking visually. The process of causal diagramming engages actors in the landscape in representing issues that need addressing as circles or squares.  These become ‘nodes’ in the diagram.  
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Forest Programme
The IUCN Forest Conservation Programme (FCP) is a global thematic programme of the IUCN Secretariat and supports the forest-related activities of the Union, including its Members and Commissions. In line with the global IUCN mission, the mission of the Programme is to influence, encourage and assist societies throughout the world to conserve biological diversity [...]

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The Resilience Alliance  
CIFOR Adaptive Collaborative Management Programme 
Adaptive Collaborative Management of Community Forests in Asia (242 page book in pdf at 4.59 mb)
Charting the New Territory of Adaptive Co-management: A Delphi Study. (2007). Plummer and Armitage. Ecology and Society.
Participatory research and development for sustainable agriculture and natural resource management: A sourcebook. Volume 1: Understanding Participatory Research [...]

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