A new study suggests that oil palm may be impacting on local livelihoods by degrading water quality.
The blog of the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature initiative looks at 2 approaches to integrated landscape management that are proving effective in Kenya.
The first United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) was held from 23-27 June in Nairobi, Kenya with the aim of informing ongoing discussions to formulate a set of targets and indicators to succeed
The separation of farms and forests in policy is proving detrimental to biodiversity, food security and the ability of landscapes to provide ecosystem services.
Conservation agriculture is being promoted in Kasungu, central Malawi to address the impacts of climate change but it is being hindered by some local practices.
As part of its 40th anniversary celebrations, the journal
The practice of Evergreen Agriculture, essentially integrating trees into crop and livestock production systems to sustain a green cover on the land throughout the year, is explained by Dennis Garr
An article on the website of The University of Sheffield describes the CGIAR as a little-known organization which is at the forefront of
The 2014 State of the World’s Forests report outlines how forests and trees are fundamental to human well-being and survival.
The ‘Alliance for 1 Million’ reforestation project in Panama aims to promote sustainable socioeconomic growth, combat climate change and enhance the value of ecosystems through agroforestry.