Research AreasAgrobiodiversity, Ecosystem Management, Land Management
CountriesArgentina, Mexico, Uruguay
TimelineStart Date: 1 February 2007 | End Date: 31 January 2010
Reversing the unsustainable use of natural and agro-resources and insufficient economic results as envisaged by the Convention on Biological Diversity requires rethinking of entire livelihood strategies in a systemic way. Quantitative systemic approaches are as yet rarely adopted but highly promising for livelihood innovation. This project combines available participatory methods for innovation with a toolkit of quantitative ecosystem simulation models in an approach for co-innovation by scientists and stakeholders. The approach is applied in three case study areas in Argentina, Mexico, and Uruguay with varying degrees of human activity pressure to evaluate the added value of the quantitative systems outlook.
TagsDecision And Policy Analysis
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