Two new tools aimed at reversing degradation and deforestation are discussed on the blog of the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature initiative, highlighting the need to involve local co
Knowledge of the positive financial, environmental and social impacts of agroforestry will be shared during the World Congress on Agroforestry to be held in New Delhi, India in February 2014.
'Forests for Food Security and Nutrition’ is the theme of the 2013 volume of Unasylva published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
In Copán, Honduras, a small grass-roots agroforestry project is regenerating steep, degraded and soil-deprived mountainsides.
Farmers in Honduras who practice ‘Quesungual’ agroforestry have been able to withstand Central America’s periods of extreme drought and intense rain.
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A doubling in funding for the CGIAR is expected to lift 150 million people in Asia out of poverty by boosting rice production, provide 12 million African households with sustainable irrigation, sav
In a speech to the president of the Philippines - primarily about Filipinos love for rice and the projected impact of climate change on rice production - Senator Loren Legarda has discussed how agr
Zimbabweans are being urged to plant fruit trees to reduce imports, create employment and reduce deforestation, supported by the Air Force.
Emmanuel Torquebiau, Climate Change Officer at the French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD) says there was some progress at the November 2013 UN climate ta