Sustaining inclusive collective action that links across economic and ecological scales in upper watersheds
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Johnson, N. 2009. Sustaining inclusive collective action that links across economic and ecological scales in upper watersheds. Colombo, Sri Lanka: CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food.
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The Sustaining inclusive Collective Action that Links across Economic and Ecological Scales in upper watersheds (Scales) project fits mainly in People and Water in Catchments Theme (Theme 2) of the CPWF. Its goal is to contribute to poverty alleviation in the upper watersheds of the tropics through improved collective action for watershed resource management within and across social-spatial scales. Scales worked though an integrated program of collaborative action research, development, and capacity building in key catchments of the Nile and Andes basins, as well as through synthesis and dissemination of lessons and approaches across basins, and conceptual modeling and analysis. The project was led by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), and involved 9 partner organizations
SubjectsAGRICULTURE; ECOSYSTEM SERVICES; FOOD SECURITY; INSTITUTIONS; LAND MANAGEMENT; MARKETS; POVERTY; WATER MANAGEMENT; WATER USE; RANGELANDS;
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