ABOUT THE WRITER
Terry Sunderland is a Principal Scientist with CIFOR's Forests and Livelihoods programme, and leads the research domain 'Managing trade-offs between conservation and development at the landscape scale'. Prior to joining CIFOR, Terry was based in Central Africa for many years. Terry holds a Ph.D. from University College London and has published extensively on conservation and livelihood issues.
BY THIS WRITER
Analysis - 8 Nov 2016COP22 Special: What does the landscape approach look like in practice?
With landscapes integral to achieving global climate and development goals, action points to operationalize the landscape approach are needed
Analysis - 18 May 2016The landscape approach: How did we get here and where do we want to go? Just ask Darwin!
On the ongoing evolution of the landscape approach.
Analysis - 4 Dec 2015How landscape approaches can help achieve the SDGs – in three (challenging) steps
Achieving the SDGs is not going to be easy and there’s no single way to do it, but landscapes could provide a useful framework.
Analysis - 22 Jun 2015Monty Python and tropical forests. Really?
"What have the forests ever done for us?"
Analysis - 27 Aug 2014‘Landscape approach’ defies simple definition — and that’s good
It's about muddling through and being flexible enough to adapt to change.
13 May 2013Forests and food security: back on the global agenda
Recent news headlines, a plethora of scientific publications and the creation of new academic think tanks all reflect growing concerns over how to achieve...
Feature - 26 Dec 2012BEST OF 2012: Going once, going twice…the great green land grab
Market-based solutions are perceived as the overriding panacea to the world’s environmental problems. Are they?