S.A.P.I.EN.S special issue
The joint special issue of S.AP.I.EN.S on “Large-scale Restoration - What it takes to get things done” is available. Find the articles below or READ THE SPECIAL ISSUE HERE.
- The State of United States Aquatic Restoration
Siobhan Fennessy and Jeffrey Jacobs
- 300,000 Hectares Restored in Shinyanga, Tanzania - but what did it really take to achieve this restoration?
- CASE STUDY: Community Based Ecological Mangrove Rehabilitation (CBEMR) in Indonesia
From small (12-33 ha) to medium scales (400 ha) with pathways for adoption at larger scales (>5000 ha)
Ben Brown, Ratna Fadillah, Yusran Nurdin, Iona Soulsby and Rio Ahmad
- Participatory governance of Marine Protected Areas: a political challenge, an ethical imperative, different trajectories
Senegal case studies
- Restoration of rice landscape biodiversity by farmers in Vietnam through education and motivation using media
K.L. Heong, M.M. Escalada, H.V. Chien and L.Q. Cuong
- Oregon's Restoration Economy: How investing in natural assets benefits communities and the regional economy
Cathy P. Kellon and Taylor Hesselgrave
- A 10-years ecosystem restoration community of practice tracks large-scale restoration trends
Robert Daoust, Terry Doss, Mark Gorman, Matt Harwell and Cheryl Ulrich
- Transborder Drylands Restoration: Vision and Reality After Three Decades of Innovative Partnerships on the U.S.-Mexico Border
S.A.P.I.EN.S is an open-access, peer-reviewed and electronic publication on sustainable development.