Unequal power dynamics in landscape approaches must not be ignored, expert warns

NEW YORK—Social inequality is also part of the landscape—and so must be accounted for in landscape approaches to managing agriculture and forests, a development economics expert urges. A landscape approach is a way of taking a holistic approach to land-use management in order to balance social, economic and environmental goals. Speaking in New York at... Read more

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