|Coffee expanding in the Philippines||January 2, 2014||
A vision to expand coffee production in the Philippines under agroforestry systems is the subject of an article in Sun Star.
|Synergy between policy and technology key to the future of Indian agriculture||January 1, 2014||
Achieving the right to food will require India to redouble its efforts in helping farmers produce more food and other agricultural commodities from diminishing land and water resources and in the f
|Tackling climate change in the Bolivian Andes||January 1, 2014||
The efforts of one community in the Bolivian Andes to become resilient to the impacts of climate change are the subject of an article in The Ecologist.
|Social media, agriculture and youth||December 31, 2013||
Several avenues available for social media enthusiasts to contribute to agricultural development are highlighted on the Food Tank website.
|Reclaiming land with the right trees in Cameroon||December 31, 2013||
Replacing eucalyptus trees with indigenous species in agroforestry systems has helped thousands of farmers in Cameroon regain productive land.
|New tools for landscape restoration||December 31, 2013||
Two new tools aimed at reversing degradation and deforestation are discussed on the blog of the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature initiative, highlighting the need to involve local co
|Congress to evaluate agroforestry benefits||December 30, 2013||
Knowledge of the positive financial, environmental and social impacts of agroforestry will be shared during the World Congress on Agroforestry to be held in New Delhi, India in February 2014.
|Forests, agroforestry and food security: FAO report||December 23, 2013||
'Forests for Food Security and Nutrition’ is the theme of the 2013 volume of Unasylva published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
|Reversing the effects of slash and burn with agroforestry||December 23, 2013||
In Copán, Honduras, a small grass-roots agroforestry project is regenerating steep, degraded and soil-deprived mountainsides.
|Agroforestry helps Honduran farmers cope with climatic changes||December 23, 2013||
Farmers in Honduras who practice ‘Quesungual’ agroforestry have been able to withstand Central America’s periods of extreme drought and intense rain.