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Record number 538499
Title Conservation Science and Practice Must Engage With the Realities of Complex Tropical Landscapes
Author(s) Boedhihartono, A.K.; Bongers, F.; Boot, R.G.A.; Dijk, Jerry van; Jeans, Helen; Kuijk, Marijke van; Koster, H.; Reed, James; Sayer, J.; Sunderland, Terry; Turnhout, E.; Vianen, J. van; Zuidema, P.A.
Source Tropical conservation science 11 (2018). - ISSN 1940-0829 - p. 1 - 7.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1177/1940082918779571
Department(s) Forest Ecology and Forest Management
PE&RC
WASS
Forest and Nature Conservation Policy
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2018
Abstract There is a growing disconnect between the international conferences where grand solutions for tropical conservation are designed and the complex local realities in tropical landscapes where plans need to be implemented. Every tropical landscape is different and no “one size will fit all.” There is a tendency for global processes to prescribe simple generalized solutions that provide good sound bites that can be communicated with political actors and the media. Sustainable outcomes in tropical landscapes require locally adapted, unique approaches supported by long-term processes of learning and adaptation. Tropical biologists and conservationists can play a key role by establishing effective local–global links and by directly engaging in local policy discourses while remaining connected to evolving political imperatives
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