A range of innovative social and environmental start-up enterprises have been recognized by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in this year’s SEED Awards, including 3 projects involvin
In Tanzania, forests, woodlands and trees provide a multitude of benefits and their protection needs to be part of the new constitution being formulated for the country.
Addressing the failures of modern agriculture in Cameroon
A study by scientists from the World Agroforestry Centre together with partner European and Southeast Asian institutions argues that REDD+ projects which involve communities are more likely to save
The cost of carbon and the impacts of climate change on Africa were the subject of an online conversation forum hosted by 24 Hours of Real
For every girl born into the village of Dharhara in northern India, at least 10 fruit trees (traditionally mango) are planted by the local community.
The Global Environment Fund (GEF) website highlights how its agroforestry projects are helping to restore degraded landscapes and provide livelihood diversification.
The potential for agroforestry in the Philippines to produce better quality and higher yields, and to reduce risk in a changing climate is the subject of an article on GMA News.
Showcasing, sharing and scaling up innovative local solutions to global problems will be the focus of a forum to be held in Nairobi, Kenya from 28 October to 1 November 2013.
While climate change is predicted to have a devastating effect on agriculture in Africa, opportunities must be sought for improving livelihoods and creating employment.