Interventions and solutions

By generating knowledge and testing outcomes at scale, our research contributes to developing interventions and finding novel solutions that will better sustain nature and people in landscapes of today and the future. Our research informs:

  • Practice change; changes in land management or land use that enhance and maintain nature in multi-use landscapes.
  • Landscape planning; that identifies spatial patterns and key features for resilient landscapes.
  • New approaches; for connecting people with nature, and increasing awareness and adoption of sustainable practices.
  • Advances in technology; to improve ways to monitor biodiversity and landscape change.
  • Financial incentives; based on economic valuation of natural capital, biodiversity and ecosystem services

Related projects

Christmas Island red crab Gecarcoidea natalis” Photo credit:Stephen Belcher

Conserving biodiversity on Christmas Island

Indirect biological control for an invasive ant.

Re-introducing ecosystem engineers to grassy ecosystems

A boon for agriculture, biodiversity and ecosystem processes?

Cows in a field, photo credit: J. Radford

Increasing soil carbon in dryland grazing systems

Effectiveness of organic compost and timed grazing.

Farm-scale Natural Capital Accounting

Farm-scale Natural Capital Accounting is a project led by the Research Centre for Future Landscapes to integrate farm-scale financial, farm management and environmental data into Natural Capital Accounts.

Review of Ecosystem Resilience Monitoring Targets

Review of Ecosystem Resilience Monitoring Targets