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Agroforestry News

Agroforestry News

Pomegranate trees raise awareness of hidden hunger

To raise awareness about ‘hidden hunger’, pomegranate trees will be planted at schools across the Western Cape through the Food & Trees for Africa initiative.

Chad needs support for low-tech methods not market interventions

An article in the Guardian Professional outlines how providing assistance to subsistence farmers in Chad to implement low-tech solutions is what the country needs rather than improved mark

CGIAR Development Dialogues

Agriculture, livestock, forestry, fisheries, landscapes and food systems all have a vital role to play in achieving sustainable development and climate change goals.

New margarine from the seeds of the Allanblackia tree

A margarine made from the seeds of an indigenous African tree has just been made available to the Swedish market.

Study to investigate Moringa potential in Haiti

A new study will assess the potential of the Moringa tree to benefit smallholder farmers in Haiti.

CGIAR determined to redouble research efforts

“Never before in history has agriculture been under such threat, and in such demand,” says Jonathan Wadsworth, Executive Secretary of the CGIAR Fund Council in an article in the Huffington Post

Scientists unite for agroecology

The scientific community sees “the need for a dramatic shift to ecological farming,” says an article on the website, Before It’s News, summarizing a recent Agroecology Symposium.

Climate briefings for business

The likely impacts of climate change on business, and how different sectors can adapt and reduce their emissions, are addressed a series of briefings produced by the Cambridge Institute for Sustain

Don’t forget research on the climate change journey

On the verge of the UN Climate Summit, being held in New York on 23 September, an article in the Huffington Post takes stock of whether “the maps we have on climate change are sufficiently

Agroforestry to offset US university emissions

A graduate from Clarkson University in New York has developed an agroforestry project in Uganda that will offset some of the university’s carbon emissions.

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