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- Reyes‐García, Victoria; Fernández‐Llamazares, Álvaro; McElwee, Pamela; Molnár, Zsolt; Öllerer, Kinga; Wilson, Sarah J.; Brondizio, Eduardo S.
- Restoration ecology 2019 v.27 no.1 pp. 3-8
- ecological resilience; ecological restoration; ecosystems; global change; human communities; indigenous peoples; livelihood; monitoring; planning; traditions
- ... Indigenous Peoples and local communities (IPLC) are affected by global environmental change because they directly rely on their immediate environment for meeting basic livelihood needs. Therefore, safeguarding and restoring ecosystem resilience is critical to support their well‐being. Based on examples from the literature, we illustrate how IPLC participate in restoration activities maintaining tr ...
- Le Roy, Maxime; Sawtschuk, Jérôme; Bioret, Frédéric; Gallet, Sébastien
- Restoration ecology 2019 v.27 no.1 pp. 228-238
- databases; ecological restoration; ecological value; ecosystems; humans; infrastructure; interviews; inventories; monitoring; planning; stakeholders; trampling damage; vegetation; France
- ... The sharp increase in the touristic use of the maritime clifftops in western France after WWII resulted in a concentration of activities that generated ecosystem degradation in many sites (e.g. touristic infrastructure, human trampling). Consideration of the ecological value of these sites over the past three decades has led to a shift in maritime clifftop management and consequently to numerous p ...