Pathways towards people-oriented conservation in a human-dominated landscape

Landscape-level conservation that maintains biodiversity and livelihoods for local people requires long-term collaborations across local communities, scientists, practitioners and decision-makers. The Network for Conserving Central India (NCCI) provides a platform for such collaborations in a globally important tiger conservation region within a complex social-ecological system. Using the NCCI as an example, the study identifies indicators to track progress in collaborative landscape-level networks.

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