|Organic agriculture has a role in feeding the world||February 4, 2016||
New research shows that it may be possible to feed a growing population in a sustainable way, reports Science Newsline.
|Tree-based businesses in Nepal’s community forests||February 4, 2016||
The website of the Nordic Development Fund reports on work being undertaken to provide alternative income sources for forest-dependent communities in Nepal.
|Now is the time to adopt climate-smart agriculture||February 3, 2016||
With changing weather patterns making it more difficult for farmers to know when to plant or harvest, there is a need for farmers to “adjust, get wiser and practice climate-smart agriculture (CSA),
|Traditional agroforestry practices increase animal diversity in Malaysia||February 3, 2016||
A new study has shown that animal diversity is increased in traditional agroforestry systems managed by Malaysian indigenous communities.
|Filipino coconut farmers diversify and build resilience through agroforestry||February 3, 2016||
In Quezon Province, the Philippines, farmers are practicing agroforestry and intercropping to build resilience to extreme weather events, droughts and pests.
|Is agroforestry the best way to sustainably manage landscapes?||February 2, 2016||
An article on the website of the Global Landscapes Forum summarizes a
Uganda receives finance for major agriculture program
February 2, 2016
The African Development Bank will provide a $76.7 million loan to Uganda for a program aimed at increasing production and farmer incomes, improving rural livelihoods, food security and climate resi
|France plans transition to agroforestry||February 2, 2016||
France has unveiled plans to embrace agroforestry and sustainable forestry practices across the county.
|Study warns REDD can reinforce inequity||February 2, 2016||
A recent study has drawn attention to issues of equity and fairness in the Kasigau Corridor REDD Project in Kenya.
|(Maximpact News) Best Sustainable Development Moves Need Decision Analysis||February 1, 2016||
“It’s about the toughest job any human being could be given,” says David Nabarro, the UN Secretary-Gene