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The summary below of landscape level planning (LLP) is excerpted and edited from a paper that was produced in 2007 by Forest Trends’ Business and Biodiversity Offsets Program (BBOP). The parent document discusses LLM as a tool for designing biodiversity off-sets by companies that have a significant impact on biodiversity. LLP is part of a [...]

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Jim Lassoie
Cornell University
Click here for article upon which this abstract is based
Barring abrupt natural or anthropogenic disasters, ecological changes in terrestrial landscapes proceed at paces not readily detected by humans. Conservation agencies and organizations have used repeat historical photography to help understand such changes occurring under varying land-uses, to set realistic goals for conservation and [...]

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The methods and techniques described below will help to foster interaction among people and organizations involved in visualizing the future of their landscape and assessing its performance.  Gaining meaningful participation throughout the process — from setting goals, to identifying performance criteria, to deciding what indicators to measure, and finally to collecting data and interpreting the [...]

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