|(Business Daily) City slum residents cash in on charcoal briquettes to earn decent livelihood||November 13, 2013||
Soaring costs of fuels such as charcoal and paraffin (kerosene) has led to a cooking-energy crisis and increased poverty among the poorest residents of Nairobi.
|Proof climate smart agriculture is making a difference||November 13, 2013||
Until recently, agriculture has largely been on the sidelines in discussions about human-induced climate change, but a new booklet provides sound evidence of how climate-smart agriculture can contr
|Role of agroforestry highlighted in climate talks||November 13, 2013||
The Social Reporting Blog of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) reports on the first two days of the 19th Conference of Parties to the United Nations Con
|Funds for adaptation and mitigation must be integrated||November 13, 2013||
Separating adaptation and mitigation finance would have unintended negative consequences, according to a post on the blog of the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature initiative.
|Great Green Wall is more than just planting trees||November 13, 2013||
A story on the website of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) outlines how the Great Green Wall – initially planned as a revegetated strip of land stretching from Djibouti in the east to
|Making chocolate sustainable||November 12, 2013||
Professor of Sustainable Agroecosystems at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Johan Six, looks at the issue of cocoa sustainability on the website, News.ch.
|Climate change may benefit some Kenyan farmers||November 11, 2013||
African Seer carries an article on a new report by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and partner organizations, which demonstrates how shifting weather patterns will
|Indian state of Gujarat leads the way in agroforestry||November 11, 2013||
The success of the Indian state of Gujarat in implementing social forestry and agroforestry programs is outlined in an article on the website, All Voices.
|Getting the most out of teak through agroforestry in Laos||November 11, 2013||
Australian researchers are helping farmers in the north of Laos to gain maximum benefit from their teak trees and practice agroforestry.
|Landscape approach not just a fad||November 11, 2013||
A landscape approach to food production and poverty alleviation is now widely accepted, but scientists working on the CGIAR Research Programme for Forests, Trees and Agroforestry, ask is this just