A new project is promoting agroforestry as a sustainable alternative to current farming practices in the uplands of Myanmar, reports the Go Kunming website.
New research has found that small-scale farmers and producers of forest products can help rural economies grow and can help combat global problems such as deforestation and climate change.
An article in Business Daily Live outlines how the use of products from southern Africa’s indigenous trees in medicinal and cosmetic products is attracting increasing global attention.
The untapped potential in milk production and consumption in Tanzania was discussed during a recent meeting of stakeholders to the East Africa Dairy Development (EADD) project, including project pa
Pistachio trees, grown in agroforestry systems, are helping to restore degraded lands in Uzbekistan and provide significantly greater incomes to farmers.
This year’s 27 SEED Award winners have been announced, recognizing businesses that bring social and environmental benefits to local communities, reports All Africa.
An article on the Food Tank website looks at an initiative which aims to demonstrate the environmental and societal costs of cheap food.
The opening of the 14th World Forestry Congress (WFC XIV) on 7 September 2015, in Durban, South Africa sa
A new report by FAO provides a country-by-country analysis of the challenges facing the forestry sector in southern Africa, and highlights best practices.
Efforts by farmers and researchers to reduce the environmental footprint of agriculture are featured in an article in Food Tank.