Landscape-scale conservation

Integrated landscape management

Remote Indigenous Australia’s ecological economies give us something to build on

This article explores Aboriginal Australia's holistic focus of maintaining environment while maintaining a thriving economy, and how policy and practice could benefit from this more sustainable approach.
Journal article

The Green Infrastructure Assessment System (GIAS) and its applications for urban development and management

Adverse changes of the landscape resulting from diverse human activities have consequently caused quality decline and functional degradation of the natural landscape, endangering the natural habitats of various species. Meanwhile, technical advancements in the area of spatial analysis including GIS and remote sensing enable many...

How does government support integrated landscape management in regional Victoria under climate change?

This report completes the project commissioned in 2010 entitled Policies and Governance to Support Integrated Landscape Management in a Changing Climate — the Integrated Landscape Management (ILM) project.