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Trees on farms: a biodiversity assessment tool

  Researchers have created a new tool to measure biological diversity in farm land, which will prove useful for the purposes of the Convention on Biological Diversity.   The United Nations Biodiversity Conference held 17–29 November 2018 in...

In Andhra Pradesh, World Agroforestry dives deep into the science of Zero-Budget Natural Farming

  Zero-budget natural farming (ZBNF) is reported to be followed by 8% of farmers in Andhra Pradesh, India, making it probably the world’s most successful natural farming approach. “Adoption rates elsewhere of nature-friendly agriculture rarely exceed 1%,” says...

The Tamale Declaration: a regreening plan for northern Ghana

  An international workshop has called for an integrated plan to regreen the region.   The climax of the international workshop held late November 2018 in Tamale, the capital of Ghana’s Northern Region, was when the nearly 60...

REDD+ and the Sustainable Development Goals: the case of the Democratic Republic of Congo

The rainforest nation is taking steps to improve links between the two mechanisms. The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is the world’s second-largest rainforest nation, with about 150 million hectares of forests, equivalent to almost 70% of the...

Successful farmer-managed natural regeneration in Ghana: a case study

  A community in Ghana have taken only five years to restore their forest and are already enjoying the benefits.   Samuel Abasiba of World Vision Ghana defines farmer-managed natural regeneration (FMNR) as “a low-cost land restoration technique...

Call to action: more trees to restore landscapes and improve livelihoods in northern Ghana

“There is an urgent need in northern Ghana for metro, municipal and district assemblies, NGOs and civil society organizations to act immediately to address issues such as land tenure, bush fires, indiscriminate tree cutting, and a lack of...

Livestock and silvopastoral systems in Latin America: how to measure the greenhouse gases

Researchers are sharing knowledge about how to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from livestock and include silvopastoral systems in national climate-change reporting

How will the Philippines measure the success of its flagship reforestation program?

  The participation of public and private entities is a crucial element in developing a monitoring and evaluation framework that includes the issues of all relevant sectors at national and sub-national levels. The Enhanced National Greening Program was...

A Green Climate Fund program that all Philippine sectors can call their own

  Non-governmental organizations reviewed the proposed Philippine program of the Green Climate Fund and shared their climate priorities.   In the past few months, the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) Philippines in partnership with the Climate Change Commission and...

Restoring land and increasing resilience needs women

Raising awareness of gender equity and equality is critical for Africa’s future, with workshops like one held recently in Ghana an important contribution.

Uganda’s biodiversity plan: challenges and ambitions

  By Chetan Kumar, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)   Uganda and other developing nations explain the challenges of meeting global targets for biodiversity, at the Fourteenth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the...