|The argument for ecosystem-based adaptation||September 23, 2013||
“Feeding future populations will require a transformation in environmental and agricultural practices, policies and local perspectives,” says Ibrahim Thiaw, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Deput
|Centre and Finland cooperate on African soil survey||September 23, 2013||
Scientists from MTT Agrifood Research in Finland together with the World Agroforestry Centre are surveying soil micronutrient content and their distribution across sub-Saharan Africa.
|New report on design and regulation of REDD funds||September 23, 2013||
Best practices and lessons learned in national and regional REDD+, climate change and forest protection funds is the subject of a new paper by the Lowering Emissions in Asia’s Forests (LEAF) progra
|IFAD program to build climate resilience among smallholders||September 19, 2013||
Increasing the resilience of smallholder farmers to the impacts of climate change is the aim of a program set up by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).
|West African nations to cooperate on preventing desertification||September 19, 2013||
West Africa is one step closer to achieving sustainable forest management with the signing of a new forest plan and program to combat desertification.
|Time to rethink agricultural and food systems||September 19, 2013||
Agriculture is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions although it holds tremendous promise for mitigating climate change, but the sector urgently needs to be transformed.
|New report on forest collaboration in Indonesia||September 19, 2013||
The history of collaboration between Indonesia’s Forestry Research and Development Agency (FORDA) and partners is the subject of a new report.
|Science Week 2013||September 18, 2013||
The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) held it's annual Science week from 9 – 13 September 2013 under the theme Agroforestry and the Future Earth We Want. ICRAF scientists looked at the b
|When will forest management provide full benefits to local people||September 18, 2013||
Will forests in the Asia-Pacific region ever provide sufficient and tangible benefits to local people, asks World Agroforestry Centre scientist, Yurdi Yasmi, in a post on the blog of the Scalin
|Landscape approaches at the local and global level||September 18, 2013||
At the same time as a vast water supply was discovered in Turkana in the north of Kenya, scientists from the World Agroforestry Centre gathering in Nairobi discussed landscape-level management appr