Improving livelihoods in Guatemalan landscapes

In Guatemala, IUCN is working through its Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy (LLS) to sustain the flow of goods and services from forest landscapes for the benefit of local people and biodiversity conservation. Wildtalk speaks to Jose Arturo Santos, coordinator of the Biodiversity and Sustainable Use Unit in IUCN’s country office in Guatemala, to learn more.

Parque National Lagune Lachuá Photo: IUCN

 

Work area: 
Forests
Biodiversity
Forests
Livelihoods
Locally Controlled Forests
Location: 
Mesoamerica
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