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World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) Statement to High Level Segment at COP22, Marrakech, November 2016

The Paris climate change agreement came into force on 4 November 2016—an unprecedented event. And the COP22 climate talks here in Marrakech have been all about turning that agreement into action on the ground. The big question for all,...

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Synchronous influence and partnerships: keys to research on Livelihood Systems

We have three main types of partnerships in the livelihood systems flagship – those with donors, those with upstream research providers and those with the users of our research outputs – the organizations that implement development, including national...

Speakers and panelists at the session on climate technology transfer at the Marrakech COP 22. Photo: World Agroforestry Centre/Susan Onyango

Implementing climate targets in Africa though climate technology transfer

The Paris Agreement is the world’s first collective arrangement on climate change. Each country has made a commitment to make a contribution to achieve the ambitious target of limiting global average temperatures to 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels. African...

Ripening black pepper. Photo: World Agroforestry Centre/Le Van Hai

Black pepper: a climate-smart solution for homegardens?

Farmers in Central Viet Nam are learning how black pepper can help their agroforests and homegardens be more resilient to climate change.   By Hai Le Van and Elisabeth Simelton   Quite rarely do we enter a restaurant...