This chapter discusses strategies for enhancing regulating services through land management and land use planning. It analyses challenges related to the adaptation of governance models in land use planning and policies at local, regional, and global scales. To enhance the provision of regulating services by influencing biogeochemical cycles or biophysical properties of land and vegetation, land management usually implies change at the planning unit or parcel scale. Regulating ecosystem services (ES) are those related to the control of biogeochemical cycles and biophysical structures at different scales. Multi-scale interactions and dependencies necessitate involving multiple actors in strategies for sustaining or enhancing regulating ES. In a local and regional context, the sustainable provision of regulating services cannot be achieved solely by measures such as low input management at the planning unit scale, or by increasing soil organic matter and management of vegetation cover.