|Climate change calls for a rethink on agriculture in Brazil||April 24, 2014||
Rising temperatures are seriously affecting crop production in Brazil and may lead to a migration of farm lands to more temperate zones.
|Expanding the carbon market for better grassland management||April 24, 2014||
A new tool for managing grasslands is expected to help Chinese farmers embrace sustainable grassland management.
|Guide to conservation agriculture with trees||April 23, 2014||
A new guide by the World Agroforestry Centre will assist with training farmers to implement Conservation Agriculture with Trees.
|Replicate coffee agroforestry to fight climate change||April 23, 2014||
Globally, coffee production is in danger. An article in The Conversation says climate change will compound the economic problems already faced by coffee farmers around the world.
|Partnership to regreen Kenya||April 23, 2014||
A major new partnership has ambitious plans to plant billions of trees across Kenya to improve the environment and address the impacts of climate change.
|Successes from a Sahelian parkland project||April 23, 2014||
A project aimed at conserving agroforestry parklands in the Sahel and diversifying local livelihoods in the face of climate change has wrapped up with several successes.
|Ethiopia’s northern landscape transformed with trees||April 17, 2014||
The Tigray Region of northern Ethiopia is perhaps best known internationally for images of famine victims which were broadcast around the world in the mid-1980s.
|Call for nominations to 2014 Wangari Maathai Award||April 17, 2014||
Nominations are now open for the Wangari Maathai Award 2014 which recognizes outstanding individuals who are improving our forests and the lives of people who depend on them.
|Overcoming obstacles to grow African agriculture||April 17, 2014||
Agriculture is the cornerstone of economic growth, poverty reduction and food security in sub-Saharan Africa, but its potential needs to be unlocked.
|From policy to action with REDD||April 16, 2014||
An article on the European Commission’s Research and Innovation website summarizes outcomes from REDD-ALERT project which ran from 2009-2012 with 12 partner organizations and a focus on 4