Research to integrate productivity enhancement, environmental protection, and human development
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Sayer, J.A., Campbell, B.M. 2001. Research to integrate productivity enhancement, environmental protection, and human development . Conservation Ecology 5 (2) :[online] html URL: http://www.consecol.org/vol5/iss2/art32.
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To meet the challenges of poverty and environmental sustainability, a different kind of research will be needed. This research will need to embrace the complexity of these systems by redirecting the objectives of research toward enhancing adaptive capacity, by incorporating more participatory approaches, by embracing key principles such as multi-scale analysis and intervention, and by the use of a variety of tools (e.g., systems analysis, information management tools, and impact assessment tools). Integration will be the key concept in the new approach; integration across scales, components, stakeholders, and disciplines. Integrated approaches, as described in this article and in the book (2003), will require changes in the culture and organization of research.
SubjectsPOLICY AND EXTRASECTORAL ISSUES;
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