In an effort to reduce the share of the world's population living in extreme poverty by 2030 to just 3 per cent, the World Bank and International Monetary Fund together with the United Nations are
A $72 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will boost the forestry and agroforestry sectors of the Brazilian Amazon state of Acre.
After its first full year of operation, the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) Research Program on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry has achieved some impressive result
A new agroforestry initiative in the Democratic Republic of the Congo aims to improve food production, reduce poverty and help families adapt to weather-related challenges.
India needs to embrace a landscape approach to agriculture that integrates trees with crops and livestock in order to boost its rural economy.
The state of Punjab in India is set to replace vast areas of paddy with alternative crops, including 300,000 hectares of agroforestry.
A post on the Greenpeace blog asks what alternatives are there to the exploitation of Africa’s natural resources under the guise of development.
A new Women’s Carbon Standard has been launched to consider – for the first time - gender issues in climate change mitigation projects.
Villagers in the West African Sahel know what has changed their landscape, but how do they now adapt to the added challenges of climate change?
A conference on hunger, nutrition and climate justice being held in Dublin has heard about the val