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Agroforestry in Southeast Asia: bridging the forestry–agriculture divide for sustainable development (in Thai Language)

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The national leaders who adopted the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and subsequentlysigned the Paris Climate Accord agreed to an integrated approach across many now-separatepolicy domains. Partial solutions that cause larger problems elsewhere are no longer acceptable.In the land-use sector the separate histories and institutions for agriculture and forestry work againstintegration. Agroforestry can help as integrating concept to bridge the sectors in a unified landscapeperspective. ASEAN Member States have an opportunity to use the SDGs climate-policy articulation and the newstrategic thrust of ASEAN�s Food Agriculture and Forestry sector to create a more level playing field.By integrating agriculture and forestry as land uses focus can shift to function over form in achievingmultifunctional tree cover and helping adaptation mitigation and ecosystem services.

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