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Achieving mitigation and adaptation to climate change through sustainable agroforestry practices in Africa
Agroforestry is one of the most conspicuous land use systems across landscapes and agroecological zones in Africa. With food shortages and increased threats of climate change, interest inExpand
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Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in the Land Use Sector: From Complementarity to Synergy
Currently, mitigation and adaptation measures are handled separately, due to differences in priorities for the measures and segregated planning and implementation policies at international andExpand
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Operationalizing the integrated landscape approach in practice
The terms "landscape" and "landscape approach" have been increasingly applied within the international environmental realm, with many international organizations and nongovernmental organizationsExpand
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Prospects for agroforestry in REDD+ landscapes in Africa
Agroforests and agroforestry can be direct targets of Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) programs, or indirect parts of the necessary conditions for success. WhetherExpand
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Implementing REDD+ at the local level: Assessing the key enablers for credible mitigation and sustainable livelihood outcomes.
Achieving cost-effective mitigation and sustainable livelihoods through reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) depends heavily on the local context within which REDD+Expand
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A systematic analysis of enabling conditions for synergy between climate change mitigation and adaptation measures in developing countries
There is a growing quest for synergy between mitigation and adaptation due to concerns of inefficiency and ineffectiveness of the compartmentalized approaches to climate change. However, little hasExpand
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Viability of community forests as social enterprises: A Cameroon case study
Since the concept of community forests was instituted in Cameroon in 1994, there has been an upsurge of such forest management arrangements in the country. However, up to now there is no conclusiveExpand
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Community forestry frameworks in sub-Saharan Africa and the impact on sustainable development
Community based forest management (CBFM) has been implemented in Africa since the 1980s. Three main objectives, which are currently part of the sustainable development goals (SDGs), underlie theExpand
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SDG synergy between agriculture and forestry in the food, energy, water and income nexus: reinventing agroforestry?
Among the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) three broad groups coexist: first, articulating demand for further human resource appropriation, second, sustaining the resource base, and third,Expand
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