Drylands / DRYLANDS-CRP / East Africa / ILRI40 / Kenya / Pastoralism / SLS

An application of the governance assessment framework for ecosystem management in Mt Marsabit, Kenya

Ecosystems extend beyond the boundaries of protected areas to larger landscapes. A particular landscape may have multiple, overlapping jurisdictions and a wide array of stakeholders. How can we make sense of the complex arenas where governance plays out at landscape level?

This poster, prepared for the ILRI@40 series of events, explains finding from the use of a governance assessment framework for Landscape Level Ecosystem-Based Management to Mt Marsabit in Kenya.

 

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Read a related blog post: Research to influence policy: Taking dryland ecosystems research beyond the shelves

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