Africa’s iconic baobab tree will be first plant to be genetically mapped by the African Orphan Crops Consortium.
The potential of climate-smart agriculture to help achieve food security, reduce poverty and create economic development while enhancing the resilience of natural and agricultural ecosystem functio
“Agriculture is on its way to become a key driver of Swaziland’s development,” says an article on EIN Presswire.
A project in Nepal is helping farmers integrate trees for ecological and economic benefits.
The proposed Sustainable Development Goals might just be able to “turn us into better [land] users than any other generation, but only if we are bold enough to adopt sustainable land use practices,
Held every year as part of World Water Week, ‘Eye on Asia’ aims to focus attention on current and emerging issues and challenges in the
A new project in Rwanda aims to mitigate the effects of climate change through agroforestry and other initiatives.
Farmers in West Africa are now growing fruit and vegetables on once heavily degraded land, providing for their families and passing on knowledge about successful techniques to their neighbors.
Kenya’s first verified REDD+ project has helped transform a landscape and improve the livelihoods of thousands.
Six thought leaders on climate will put forward their ideas on how to change the future by challenging the present during a scientific debate as part of Climate Week in New York on 24 September 201