Close to 200 participants recently met at the World Agroforestry Centre headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya to “take stock of the continent's landscapes, and plan ahead on how their preservation can imp
Providing farmers with timely climate information can mean the difference between a plentiful harvest or significant crop losses.
Communities in Brazil and Indonesia would be willing to help mitigate climate change if they received assistance, according to research by the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR).
An article on the DevEx website explores issues surrounding the challenge of meeting the world’s increasing demand for food sustainably and amid changes in climate.
Tree cover in India has increased over the past 2 years, much of this from outside forest areas, according to the India State of Forest Report 2013.
Ugandan farmers are hoping for prosperity from trees under a new agroforestry project funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
Young farmers in Kenya are “losing their patience” with coffee and venturing into other enterprises or moving to cities, according to a study by scientists from the World Agroforestry Centre.
Plant breeders across Africa are sharpening their skills in the use of new technologies and current approaches, thanks to training provided by the African Plant Breeding Academy.
Among the successes in climate-smart agriculture highlighted in a recent FAO report is the revitalization of the 800 year old Kihamba agroforestry system on the southern slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro
To meet food security and development goals while protecting its natural resource base, Africa urgently needs an integrated landscapes approach to policy making.