While advances in agriculture have been able to significantly increase food production since the middle of the 20th century, hunger and unequal access to food, land and resources continue.
A national agroforestry policy is being called for in India to help coordinate activities among stakeholders and take agroforestry to a ‘higher level’.
A range of resources available on sustainable food production are summarized in an article on the website SciDev.Net.
“Ingenuity and innovative solutions” will be needed to address the problem of increasing demand for food with shrinking agricultural production.
The links between the theme for this year’s World Food Day and research conducted by the CGIAR are highlighted in an article on the website of the CGIAR Consortium.
On World Food Day, the UN Climate Change Secretariat has issued a press release outlining the interconnectedness of food security and climate change.
The ‘diversity of human ingenuity’ holds the key to finding solutions to the challenges facing modern agriculture, writes Peter Baker, Senior Scientist of Commodities and Climate Change at
To help the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) benefit from its abundant natural resources in a sustainable and equitable manner, several organizations – funded by the European Commission - are
Ensuring gender equity and youth involvement in the CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems has seen a new impact pathway developed
Cocoa experts and practitioners are gathering in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to discuss how to make cocoa production more sustainable.