A new report from the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative shows how businesses trying to deal with climate change, water shortages or community relations issues can improve t
A new study by the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) aims to show how their investments in ecosystem services over the past two decades have crossed the boundaries of agriculture and environment
The World Agroforestry Centre has managed to offset 2,161 tonnes of carbon dioxide from its 2011 office operations and staff travel.
Data being developed by the African Orphan Crop Consortium (AOCC) will be made publically available, helping to improve nutrition in Africa.
Journalists from sub-Saharan Africa are invited to submit original print or radio features that highlight the role of African women in agriculture to a competition that could win them a place at th
A new study co-authored by scientists from the World Agroforestry Centre shows how maintaining and enhancing locally evolved agroforestry systems can help farmers adapt to climate change.
A blog post on the Clinton Foundation’s website tells the story of Timote Georges who, through the Smallholder Farmers Alliance, is promoting agroforestry to both restore tree cover in Haiti and im
Finalists in the Innovation Prize for Africa include an agroforestry model farm in Sudan that produces innovative sources of income from moringa leaves, seeds and jatropha seeds.
A new statement by the European Commission recognizes that agriculture will be directly impacted by climate change.
In an effort to curb deforestation in the Thylo district of Malawi, 4 million trees have been planted, close to 2 million of these in agroforestry systems.