Zambia realises the fact that they might be similarities in biodiversity experience from country to country and regions arounds the globe. Taking a landscape or regional approach enables decision-makers to better integrate biodiversity conservation with a wide range of other factors. It is an appropriate scale of planning to allow consideration of the interactions of land uses with plant and animal communities, soils and water at an ecosystem level. Regional planning can be effective for protecting natural systems and habitats, rehabilitating degraded landscapes, and managing threats and threatened species.
|Lake Tanganyika Intergrated Management Project|
|Removing Barriers to Invasive Plant Management Project|
|Southern Africa Biodiversity Support Programme (SABSP)|