Agroforestry News

Agroforestry News

Punjab on a green mission

Punjab plans to provide all government institutions and villages in the Indian State with 40 lakh (4 million) saplings free of charge as part of its ongoing ‘green drive’, report The Pioneer

Centre to launch new project on innovation platforms for food security

The World Agroforestry Centre is launching a new research project aimed at boosting food security through engaging smallholder farmers in East and Southern Africa with markets.

New agroforestry guide for Europe

A new Agroforestry Guide was launched on 29 July 2015 in Belgium, reports Industry Today.

Advancing agroforestry in India

Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir (SKUAST-K) recently hosted the Annual Group meeting of the All India Coordinated Research Project on Agroforestry (AICRP

New ICRAF policy brief: Developing sustainable tree-based bioenergy systems in sub-Saharan Africa

Worldwide over 1.3 billion people are withou

Rubber research in the spotlight

Research by scientists, including those from the World Agroforestry Centre, into how the expansion of rubber is impacting on the environment and smallholder livelihoods in Southeast Asia has gained

Traditional agroforestry lives on in Borneo

A Forest of Fortune is a short film that shows how a community in Indonesia uses managed agroforestry to protect the forest and sustain themselves.

Adding value to forest products in Zimbabwe

A US $5 million investment into the value addition of natural forestry products such as marula (S

Climate scientists commit to finding solutions

Participants at the just concluded Our Common Future under Climate Change conference have released an outcome statement

Trees reclaim land in Samburu, Kenya

Reversing desertification in Samburu Country, northern Kenya is the mission of Israeli environmentalist and founder of Sadhana Forest Kenya, Aviram Rozin.

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