Coastal Landscapes

Hen Mpoano conceptualizes coastal landscapes as socio-ecological systems characterized by interrelationships and feedbacks between humans and the natural environment in the coastal zone. In the face of demographic changes, biodiversity decline, urbanization trends and climate change, coastal landscapes are confronted by an uncertain future. For this reason, we adopt integrated and participatory approaches and work at multiple scales, deploying a wide range of tools such as geographic information systems (GIS) to build resilient coastal landscapes.

Our strategies include conservation of aquatic and terrestrial forests and related wildlife, increasing uptake of climate-smart agriculture technologies, supporting local, municipal, regional and national land use and spatial planning processes as well as improving family planning and reproductive health of natural resource-dependent communities.

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