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Contents



            Acknowledgements .............................................................................................................. 5
            Chapter 1: Introduction .................................................................................................... 11

            1.1. Introducing this thesis ................................................................................................... 11
            1.2. An overview of literature on landscape governance, its origins and evolution............. 13
            1.3. Landscape governance offering a new perspective on restoration ................................ 18

            1.4. Landscape governance as a response to landscape restoration policies and practices .. 20
            1.5. Landscape governance: the challenges, the strategies and the capabilities ................... 21

            1.6. Problem statement and research questions.................................................................... 23
            1.7. Conceptual framework .................................................................................................. 24
            1.8. Methodological approach ............................................................................................. 28

            1.9. Scientific and societal relevance ................................................................................... 31
            1.10. Thesis outline .............................................................................................................. 32

            Chapter 2: Governing forest landscape restoration: cases from Indonesia .................. 37
            2.1. Introduction .................................................................................................................. 38

            2.2. Analytical framework ................................................................................................... 40
            2.3. Research background and methodology ....................................................................... 44

            2.4. The results: governing forest landscape restoration in Indonesia ................................. 50
            2.5. Discussion ..................................................................................................................... 53
            2.6. Conclusions .................................................................................................................. 56

            Chapter 3: Restoring landscapes – governing place: a learning approach to forest
            landscape restoration ......................................................................................................... 59
            3.1. Forest landscape restoration: global demands versus local practice ............................. 60

            3.2. Understanding landscapes: where local and global meet .............................................. 61
            3.3. Forest landscape restoration: from management to governance ................................... 63
            3.4. Landscape governance: adding a spatial dimension to governance .............................. 66
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