On Friday June 8 2012, representatives from Nairobi based CGIAR Centres including the
Scientists from the World Agroforestry Centre have found that the Excelsa coffee species, grown in agroforestry systems in the
The landscape approach attempts to address climate change while sustainably meeting food security goals.
Just over a decade ago the genus Allanblackia was a little-known though locally important group of forest species in Africa’s humid equatorial belt.
Over ten years ago when the poorest residents of Nairobi started making briquettes out of charcoal dust, they were trying to solve an immediate household problem of unaffordable fuel.
One year into a large, participatory agroforestry project in northwest Vietnam, farmers are already enjoying benefits and looking to the future with optimism.
This strong, rambling vine originates in the humid tropical forests of West and Central Africa.
As part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and thus mitigate climate change, the use of bioenergy is gathering pace around the world.