The state of Tripura in the north east of India is looking to expand agroforestry to benefit forest communities.
Improved tree management and agroforestry in the East African drylands has enhanced resilience to drought and reduced dependence on international aid.
The Iroko trees of West Africa have an unusual ability: when treated with microbes they can convert carbon dioxide emissions into soil-enriching limestone which is then stored in the soil around th
If African nations can tackle some of the challenges with implementation, the Warsaw Framework for REDD+ has great potential on the continent.
Efforts are underway in Ghana to produce the world’s first climate-friendly cocoa.
A new public private partnership in Zimbabwe hopes to unlock the commercial potential of 10 wild plant species, including Baobab and Marula, to benefit rural families living in drought-prone areas.
The concept of climate-smart villages is being piloted in 2 Indian states, helping farmers cope with changing weather patterns.
Technology developed by the World Agroforestry Centre for mapping soil health can also help reduce human-wildlife conflict and aid conservation efforts.
How Payment for Environmental Services (PES) mechanisms can provide private financial incentive for sustainably managing ecosystems was the subject of a workshop in Tunis organized by the African D
By collectively managing trees on common land, women in India are receiving multiple benefits and helping mitigate and adapt to climate change.