The Surui and Yawanawa tribes of the Amazon are once again thriving thanks to sustainable economic activities that allow them to maintain their culture, reports an article in The Huffi
Charcoal, one of the most commercialized resources in sub-Saharan Africa, needs to be used in a sustainable way.
Coffee drinkers are increasingly favoring roasts that are good for birds and grown in agroforestry systems, reports an article in The Outdoor Wire.
A recent study has found that increasing amounts of environmentally valuable and protected land are being cleared for rubber plantations that are economically unsustainable.
In the Valle de Cauca region of Columbia, an innovative farm model is demonstrating the benefits of agroforestry.
In Rwanda, the slow uptake of agroforestry has been attributed to a lack of clarity about whether the practice falls under the Ministry of Agriculture or the Ministry of Natural Resources.
One year into its sustainability strategy labelled ‘The Positive Cup’, Nespresso says it has made significant progress towards improving the lives of thousands of coffee farmers.
Researchers from the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) will be part of some 2000 scientists and policy makers gathered at the International Scientific Conference,
An article on the website of the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) reports on the recent meeting of Partners of the
The year’s most important climate science conference, being held in Paris, France from 7-10 July 2015, will address key issues concerning climate change in the broader context of global change.