Australian researchers are helping farmers in the north of Laos to gain maximum benefit from their teak trees and practice agroforestry.
A landscape approach to food production and poverty alleviation is now widely accepted, but scientists working on the CGIAR Research Programme for Forests, Trees and Agroforestry, ask is this just
With climate change expected to bring variable rainfall and higher temperatures to the pacific island of Vanuatu, farmers in the village of Khole on the island of Espiritu Santo are developing agro
Twenty six of the world’ leading companies along the forest products value chain have committed to significantly scale up sustainable forest management.
The potential for public private partnerships to boost investment in agriculture in Vietnam – including in agroforestry – is the subject of an article in Vietnam Investment Review.
Smallholder farmers in Kenya play a vital role in food production and local economies yet they face increasing challenges such as depleted soils, lack of information on sustainable approaches, pest
A new report by the United Nations shows that the gap between what governments say they will do to cut greenhouse gases and what actually needs to be done by 2020 is growing steadily bigger.
International organizations have shown their support for scaling up successful development interventions.
Eucalyptus and acacia trees growing in the outback of Australia send their roots deep into the bedrock in search of water, absorbing gold particles that are then deposited in their leaves.
Practices such as agroforestry, land and tree regeneration, rotational grazing and intercropping may help rescue pastoralism in the Sahel from the threat of harsher droughts and increasing conflict