If the Earth’s ecosystems are to help maintain climate stability and to go on providing essential food, water, and habitat for plants and wildlife—along with secure and dignified livelihoods for rural people—then we must take action on an unprecedented scale. That’s why the Rainforest Alliance is driving sustainability transformation beyond individual farms or forests and across whole landscapes, spanning tens of thousands to millions of hectares.
This page features information about the Rainforest Alliance's work in tropical landscapes and links to all content and resources related to integrated landscape management.
All resources for Integrated Landscape Management
Studies show that climate change disproportionately affects women and girls. Yet their intrinsic bond with the natural landscape is what makes women ideal sustainability leaders.
According to a United Nations report, approximately 12 million people in Kenya live on degraded land and food productivity has fallen behind the rate of population growth. This has resulted in farmland extending up the mountain and encroaching into protected forests.
LandScale is an all-in-one tool that allows users to assess risk and adaptively invest in, monitor, and measure sustainability impact at the landscape level.
LEAN aims to conserve biodiversity, build climate resilience, and reduce emissions from land-use changes.
Landscale is a tool to help your company assess and communicate sustainability impact at landscape scale. A pilot with Olam International and the Rainforest Alliance in Mexico shows how companies can apply and benefit from Landscale’s framework for assessment, verification, and reporting.