New book from the World Agroforestry Centre – Climate-Smart Landscapes: Multifunctionality in Practice

The World Agroforestry Centre is pleased to formally launch the book: Climate-Smart Landscapes: Multifunctionality in Practice

This book brings together a range of work around landscape approaches specifically looking at the pathways, methods and tools needed for achieving sustainable multifunctional landscapes within the context of climate change.  It draws strongly on field experiences and case studies from across the developing world to concretely demonstrate how the concept of taking a landscape approach can be applied both in policy and practice. It presents scientific evidence in a way that is accessible and applicable by mid-career practitioners and policymakers in a bid to bridge science, policy and practice. This includes a section specifically identifying opportunities for private sector involvement in landscape approaches.

Here’s a link to download a PDF of the book: Climate-Smart Landscapes: Multifunctionality in Practice


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  1. Awesome share Spencer. I was wondering why I wasn’t getting any of your post. I just replaced the new blog site in my RSS Feed Reader and you are back. Cheers for this amazing share Spencer and just in time for Christmas :)

      1. Good to see you back. I think being sporadic allows everyone to get excited about whatever you post that is new. Keeps us on our toes ;). The beauty of social media is we can post when we have an idea or something new pops up and we don’t have to keep coming up with something every day. It will be interesting to see what you are about to post about. You always find the most interesting and thought provoking plants to share :) I have 5 Moringa growing! Very happy about that :)

        1. Its good to be back, just in time for spring here. Hopefully I’ll stick with it and get some good photos / info up through spring and summer. Very interesting about the moringa. Did you grow them from seed or cuttings? Anyone else in your area growing it? Depending on how cold it gets for you in the winter they may die back, but often the root will stay alive and it’ll re-sprout the following spring. When they’re happy its amazing how fast they grow.

          1. I grew the moringa from seed a friend gave me at Christmas time. Must have been fresh as I had 5 of them germinate and they are all still growing. No-one else is growing them in my area and it rarely gets below 0C here and we hardly ever get a frost so hopefully they should do well. I just need to find their “happy place” to get them to grow well. At the moment they are loving the horse manure and oak leaf mould that they are living in inside the glasshouse.

      2. I keep trying to comment on your latest posts but it keeps giving me this message whenever I try to post “Duplicate comment detected; it looks as though you’ve already said that!” Not sure if the comments are going through but you might want to look into this

          1. I tried to post it and the text came up that I shared. I didn’t think it posted. I guess its a bit trigger happy? ;). Cheers for telling me that my comment went through. I will just ignore the warning from now on :)

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