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3.5. Landscape governance: an example from southwest Amazonia ................................... 67
            3.6. Landscape governance as landscape learning ............................................................... 70

            3.7. Conclusion .................................................................................................................... 72
            Chapter 4: From product to place – spatialising governance in a commodified
            landscape ............................................................................................................................ 75

            4.1. Introduction .................................................................................................................. 76
            4.2. Analytical framework: landscape governance unravelled ............................................ 78
            4.3. Study area and methodology ......................................................................................... 80

            4.4. Results: the process of developing a new multifunctional concession landscape ......... 82
            4.5. Discussion: spatialisation of governance as a process of productive and institutional
            bricolage .............................................................................................................................. 89

            4.6. Conclusions .................................................................................................................. 93
            Chapter 5: Strategies for achieving environmental policy integration at the landscape
            level. A framework illustrated with an analysis of landscape governance in Rwanda 97
            5.1. Introduction and aim of the chapter .............................................................................. 98
            5.2. Analytical framework: policy conflicts, strategies employed and means of
            implementing these strategies .............................................................................................. 99

            5.3. Illustrating the analytical framework: landscape governance in Rulindo district,
            Rwanda .............................................................................................................................. 103
            5.4. Discussion ................................................................................................................... 111

            5.5. Conclusion .................................................................................................................. 112
            Chapter 6: Capable to govern landscape restoration? Exploring landscape governance
            capabilities, based on literature and stakeholder perceptions  .................................... 115
            6.1. Introduction and aim of the chapter ............................................................................ 116

            6.2. Methodology ............................................................................................................... 118
            6.3. Literature review ......................................................................................................... 120

            6.4. Survey results ............................................................................................................. 128
            6.5. Synthesis and discussion ............................................................................................. 135
            6.6. Conclusion .................................................................................................................. 138

            Chapter 7: Research findings, discussion, conclusion .................................................. 141
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