|Community participation in REDD+ not what it should be||October 30, 2013||
A study by scientists from the World Agroforestry Centre together with partner European and Southeast Asian institutions argues that REDD+ projects which involve communities are more likely to save
|Forum on how carbon costs Africa||October 30, 2013||
The cost of carbon and the impacts of climate change on Africa were the subject of an online conversation forum hosted by 24 Hours of Real
|Trees provide a future for girls in Indian village||October 30, 2013||
For every girl born into the village of Dharhara in northern India, at least 10 fruit trees (traditionally mango) are planted by the local community.
|GEF highlights agroforestry role in land rehabilitation||October 30, 2013||
The Global Environment Fund (GEF) website highlights how its agroforestry projects are helping to restore degraded landscapes and provide livelihood diversification.
|Agroforestry can reduce climate risks in Philippines||October 30, 2013||
The potential for agroforestry in the Philippines to produce better quality and higher yields, and to reduce risk in a changing climate is the subject of an article on GMA News.
|Global expo on solutions for the south from the south||October 28, 2013||
Showcasing, sharing and scaling up innovative local solutions to global problems will be the focus of a forum to be held in Nairobi, Kenya from 28 October to 1 November 2013.
|Climate change can bring opportunities||October 28, 2013||
While climate change is predicted to have a devastating effect on agriculture in Africa, opportunities must be sought for improving livelihoods and creating employment.
|Farmer sustainability innovation needs to be scaled-up||October 24, 2013||
Farmers are driving innovation to improve sustainability, but to have real impact such innovations need to cover a broader scale.
|Coffee good for birds too||October 23, 2013||
Coffee agroforestry systems in Costa Rica no
|Family farmers nourishing the world||October 23, 2013||