How can we sustain biodiverse, healthy ecosystems and landscapes, from cities to wildlands? And how can we design these landscapes to be more resilient to the rapid environmental changes that are anticipated over the coming century – that is, to be robust and flexible enough that they are able to persist and evolve over the long run? 

We have developed a Landscape Resilience Framework to help translate resilience science into a set of practical considerations for landscape management. The goal of the Framework is to facilitate the integration of resilience science into a wide variety of efforts, from urban design and green infrastructure to conservation planning and ecological restoration. 

Report for a general audience


Peer-reviewed journal article


Applications of the Framework