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7th european agroforestry conference: resalliance poster

Date: June 2024 – Version: 1.0
Here you can find the ResAlliance poster submitted to the 7th European Agroforestry Conference held in Brno, from 27 to 31 May 2024. The poster highliths the major features and context of the ResAlliance project.

Resilience thinking: a brief overview

Date: May 2024 – Version: 1.0
Enhancing landscape resilience addresses a ‘triple challenge’: sustaining a growing global human population, combating climate change, and reversing biodiversity loss. Landscape resilience refers to a landscape’s ability to persist, adapt, and maintain its essential structure, functions, and identity. Landscapes are complex social-ecological systems where humans and nature interact closely. This infobrief offers a concise overview of key concepts in resilience theory

Report on needs, barriers, gaps and solutions for landscape resilience implementation in the forest and agriculture sectors

Date: April 2024 – Version: D2.3
The ResAlliance project aims to provide foresters and farmers with the knowledge and tools necessary to implement innovative landscape resilience solutions. As described by the project, landscape resilience is defined as the ability of a landscape to sustain its range of natural and human-related functions and processes over time under changing conditions, despite multiple stressors and uncertainties. For this, the project gathers and assess knowledge, gaps, barriers, and good practices to achieve.

LandLab standardised manual, programme and templates

Date: September 2023 – Version: V2
This manual establishes the implementation guidelines for the LandLab (LL) activities across the ResAlliance project lifecycle. The goal is to standardise the procedures carried out by the leaders of each LL (the so-called Resilience Ambassadors – RAs) for the preparation of the activities, as well as the collection and uptake of results. The proposed guidelines are grounded on a flexible methodology that allows RAs, and other people responsible for the management of the LL, to adapt these guidelines to their regional context, ensuring coherence among the planned activities.
Templates have been created for letting RAs provide their input relevant to the implementation of the LL.
The manual and the templates make the information sharing model understandable and can contribute to the establishment of best practices even outside the project.