A National Consultation Meet on Agroforestry Research and Development has discussed the potential of agroforestry to provide a path to prosperity for millions of farming families in India.
Negotiators at the UN climate talks in Poland have “failed to tackle one of the biggest climate challenges: changing agriculture technologies, practices and policies to make sure the world can feed
The links between food production and climate change are highlighted in an article by Eric Holt-Giménez, executive director of Food First, on the website of the Institute for Food and Developme
A new trans-boundary project will link forest reserves and protected areas in and around Bia in Ghana and Diambarakro in Cote d’Ivoire.
Assisting developing countries to make informed decisions about climate mitigation and adaptation technologies that suit their needs is the goal of the newly established Climate Technology Centre a
A photograph depicting focus group discussions on tree planting in Malawi by Phd student, Seline Meijer, is a finalist in the UCD Images of Research Competition.
Moving to low-carbon and climate resilient development is being aided by South-South cooperation, said Helen Clark, administrator of the United Nation Development and Programme (UNDP) during a high
How low-cost agroforestry practices in Rwanda and Ethiopia can enhance development outcomes and build more resilient agricultural systems will be discussed at the Development Futures conference in
Philippines will host an international agroforestry congress from 20-22 November 2013 to discuss the many benefits of integrated trees in farming systems.
Linking Peruvian farmers with high-value, high-quality markets for chillies is proving successful in improving livelihoods and conserving agricultural biodiversity.