The Stockholm Environment Institute has published a brief on the role of forests and trees in food security.
The World Agroforestry Centre is working to develop agroforestry solutions that can ease pressure on the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Indians are being encouraged to usher in an ‘Evergreen Revolution’ by planting more trees to make the country clean, green and pollution free and to benefit farmers through agroforestry.
Soils in sub-Saharan Africa are declining significantly, posing a major risk to food security.
Biomass fuels have been criticized for causing deforestation, land degradation and loss of biodiversity, but bamboo may offer a sustainable solution.
The World Agroforestry Centre has announced that it will partners with French cosmetic company, Clarins to support agroforestry in China.
Agroforestry – as an example of agroecology – can help to feed the 2 billion people who go hungry every night, says Dr Ravi Prabhu, Deputy Director General (Research) at the World Agroforestry Cent
An article on the website of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research reports on a visit by staff from the World Agroforestry Centre to projects in the Parasai-Sindh watershed in Jhansi
Madame Massandje Toure-Litse, Director General of the Cocoa & Coffee Council (Conseil Café Cacao or CCC) of Côte d’Ivoire, has commended the work of the Vision for Change program in transformin
Papua sebagai provinsi dengan kekayaan hutan tertinggi di Indonesia memiliki peran kunci dalam mendorong pencapaian upaya mitigasi perubahan iklim.