|A transformation with indigenous fruit trees in Cameroon||November 30, 2015||
An article in the Cameroon Tribune outlines how the World Agroforestry Centre is helping farmers to increase yields and incomes through growing indigenous fruit trees.
|Agroforestry reverses deforestation trend in the Amazon||November 30, 2015||
In the Tome-Acu region of Brazil, farmers are “turning their back on Brazil’s old habits of treating the Amazon as nothing better than a limitless source of new land” and instead earning money and
|New tool to help quantify the socioeconomic value of forests||November 30, 2015||
A new sourcebook aims to provide a standard tool to measure the socioeconomic value of forests and their role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
|Coffee farmers in Uganda exchange climate-smart knowledge||November 26, 2015||
Coffee farmers in Uganda are learning climate-smart agriculture techniques aimed at boosting production, ensuring environmental stability and increasing food security.
|Centre strengthens ties with Australia||November 26, 2015||
Australian High Commissioner to Kenya, HE John Feakes, recently visited the World Agroforestry Centre campus in Nairobi, Kenya to learn more about the Centre’s work and collaborative efforts with t
|Protect soil biodiversity to protect our health||November 26, 2015||
Improving land management to enhance biodiversity in soils will improve human health say researchers in new study published in Nature.
|Getting climate smart in South Asia||November 26, 2015||
South Asian nations are receiving training to build their capacity in climate-smart agriculture technologies, reports the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).
|(allAfrica)Climate Change - Fruit Plants, Trees Under Pressure||November 26, 2015||
The Village Concertation Committee, fondly known as CVC, is a gathering of 25 men and women in the villages of Nlong, Kellé, Nkolguet, Ekountek, Bingongok and Ebaba I in the Nyong and Kellé, Lekie
|(allAfrica) 'Environment Cannot Be Protected By Decree'||November 26, 2015||
How serious is Climate Change to agroforestry in Cameroon?
|Agriculture has to be part of new climate deal||November 24, 2015||
Agriculture might be present in 80 per cent of country’s climate action plans but it is still not included in the draft text of the new global climate deal.