Lack of a seed policy in Malawi may be hampering efforts in agroforestry, explains an article in Blantyre Newspapers Online.
An article on the Food Tank website profiles 101 stories of hope, innovation and success in creating a better food system.
Planting trees specifically for charcoal production can provide Kenyan farmers with lucrative income as well as prevent forest destruction, says an article in the Daily Nation.
The importance of coffee agroforestry systems in providing habitat for birds is highlighted in an article in The Conversation.
A project aimed at enhancing agroforestry and community forestry systems in Nepal, is beginning to see impact, according to a blog by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Resear
Burundi has showcased measures to prevent environmental degradation while its growing population continues to practice intensive agriculture.
Researchers have managed to convert fibers from orange tree prunings into boards that provide a 150% improvement in acoustic insulation compared to conventional gypsum boards.
Our current predominant model of agricultural production is “not suitable for the new food security challenges of the 21st century,” says José Graziano da Silva, Director General of the Food and Ag
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) yesterday presented the findings of it's latest report to policy makers, civil socie
Uganda is hosting a conference and technical workshop in late March to discuss how to make mechanisms that promote the protection of natural resources – such as Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES