A 3 year project to help Jamaica adapt to climate change and contribute to sustainable development has been lauded a success.
Agroforestry training in Fiji is increasing the knowledge and capacity of farmers to improve food, nutrition and income security as well as improve their resilience to climate change while conservi
Ghana’s cocoa producers are learning about climate-smart agriculture practices and how they can help in mitigating and adapting to climate change.
Farmers in Ethiopia and Rwanda are being encouraged to grow trees rather than remove them to improve food security.
With forest resources in India under pressure from continued exploitation, agroforestry can help to provide fuel, fodder and timber.
Sustainable development is possible in Africa through ‘low-carbon climate resilient development’ and increased national and donor funding.
The US Government’s Feed the Future initiative was explained during a presentation by Jonathan Shrier, Acting Special Representative, Office of Global Food Security, at the 3rd Global Conference on
Engaging women in actions to adapt to and mitigate climate change is the subject of a report by the Rainforest Alliance on the recent UN climate talks, posted on the website, Sustainable Brands
Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon has spoken about how agroforestry must be scaled up to end hunger and meet the challenges of climate change.
On World Soil Day – 5 November – an article on the CGIAR Consortium website looks at the growing recognition of the importance of soil in improved food security and sustainable intensifica