A multi-level stakeholder approach to sustainable land management

Hurni, Hans (1998). A multi-level stakeholder approach to sustainable land management. In: Towards sustainable land use: Furthering cooperation between people and institutions. Advances in Geoecology: Vol. 31 (pp. 827-836). Reiskirchen, Germany: Catena

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Soils provide us with over 90% of all human food, livestock feed, fibre and fuel on Earth. Soils, however, have more than just productive functions. The key challenge in coming years will be to address the diverse and potentially conflicting demands now being made by human societies and other forms of life, while ensuring that future generations have the same potential to use soils and land of comparable quality. In a multi-level stakeholder approach, down-to-earth action will have to be supplemented with measures at various levels, from households to communities, and from national policies to international conventions. Knowledge systems, both indigenous and scientific, and related research and learning processes must play a central role. Ongoing action can be enhanced through a critical assessment of the impact of past achievements, and through better cooperation between people and institutions.

Item Type:

Book Section (Book Chapter)

Division/Institute:

10 Strategic Research Centers > Centre for Development and Environment (CDE)

UniBE Contributor:

Hurni, Hans

ISBN:

3-923381-42-5

Series:

Advances in Geoecology

Publisher:

Catena

Language:

English

Submitter:

Stephan Schmidt

Date Deposited:

02 Mar 2016 10:00

Last Modified:

02 Mar 2016 10:00

Additional Information:

Paper has also been presented at the 9th Conference of the International Soil Conservation Organisation (ISCO-9) in Bonn, Germany, from August 26-30, 1996

BORIS DOI:

10.7892/boris.77579

URI:

https://boris.unibe.ch/id/eprint/77579

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