Rural livelihoods in changing, multifunctional landscapes
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van Noordwijk M, Onyango L, Kalinganire A, Joshi L, Hoang MH, Ndichu N, Jamnadass R. 2011. Rural livelihoods in changing, multifunctional landscapes. In: Van Noordwijk M, Hoang MH, Neufeldt H, Öborn I, Yatich T, eds. How Trees And People Can Co-adapt to Climate Change: Reducing Vulnerability in Multifunctional Landscapes. Nairobi: World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF). p. 36-62.
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The main argument in this section is that changing (or 'transforming') landscapes and lives are mutually dependent on each other, as they are closely linked in time and space. Within the landscape continuum, the roles of landscape elements in supplying goods and services to local livelihoods, however, shift with the stage of development and substitution of traded and imported goods and services for those provided locally and potentially used as sources of income.
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