On Friday June 8 2012, representatives from Nairobi based CGIAR Centres including the
Trees have been promoted by scientists and the green movement as environmentally friendly components of coffee farms.
One year into a large, participatory agroforestry project in northwest Vietnam, farmers are already enjoying benefits and looking to the future with optimism.
On the steep and crowded terraced hillsides of southwest Uganda, farmers are challenged with trying to produce crops while at the same time needing tree products.
In the bustle of large public gatherings, at places of worship, through text messages or even via handwritten letters in the mail, dairy farmers in East Africa are getting to learn about a fresh ne
Recent research comparing semi-natural grasslands and sown pastures in Nicaragua reveals that their productivity falls off in the dry season and then completely peters out.
This strong, rambling vine originates in the humid tropical forests of West and Central Africa.
As part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and thus mitigate climate change, the use of bioenergy is gathering pace around the world.
To feed a burgeoning global population, agricultural production has to more than double in the coming four decades, and it must do so within the expected climate-change-related stresses.