Close to 100 organizations have combined to pledge billions of dollars to end under-nutrition through technical assistance and the generation of innovative ideas.
At least 10 million saplings of fruit bearing and other economically viable trees will be provided to farmers in India to help them earn additional income and to increase green cover.
A new study shows that agroforests contains significantly greater forest species richness than more intensively managed agricultural systems.
Over 5,000 villagers living close to forest reserves in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania have benefited from a fund aimed at creating income generating projects.
The semi-finalists in this year’s Land for Life Award have been announced by the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD).
A new study on countering environmental degradation in order to boost food security across the Haitian-Dominican Republic border was released as part of worldwide celebrations to mark World Environ
New research on coffee agroforests in India shows that pollinating bees are just one factor affecting production.
The annual report for the Forests, Trees and Agroforestry research program of the CGIAR has been published, showing impact under the themes: production systems and markets; conservation and managem
New satellite technology devised by scientists at the World Agroforestry Centre will help to better manage some of the world’s richest game reserves and protected lands.
Palm oil is an industrial feedstock and used in confectionary, cosmetics, detergents and biofuels.