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Paul Stapleton

Paul Stapleton

Paul Stapleton is the Head of Communications at the World Agroforestry Centre.

New report says forests and trees could be major factor in efforts to end global hunger

A billion people worldwide depend on forests and trees for balanced diets and sustainable incomes. About one in nine people globally still suffer from hunger, with the majority of the hungry living in Africa and Asia. Forests and...

Avoiding hunger gaps with fruit tree portfolios in Kenya

Growing just six fruit tree species on farms in Machakos, Kenya could supply vitamin-rich fruits to farming families for the whole year. Many farming households in Eastern Kenya suffer from ‘hunger periods’, when food is very scarce, and...

Characterizing baobab, the nutritious African ‘Tree of Life’

Descriptor list of Baobab will help to increase the domestication, cultivation and use of the products of the African baobab for improving nutrition and enhancing livelihoods A new publication,  ‘Descriptors for Baobab,’ opens the way for accelerated and...

Ignorance kills

Ignorance kills

by Patrick Worms Every single day, millions of land users around the world take decisions that will eventually threaten them, their children, their neighbours and millions of strangers around the world with poverty, destitution and death by starvation,...

Benefits from tree planting in Malawi

Malawi is one of the poorest African countries and faces high levels of poverty, food insecurity and deforestation. High population pressures have increased farming intensity and agricultural expansion, and this has contributed to declining levels of soil fertility...

What do we really mean by land degradation?

What do we really mean by land degradation?

“Land has been perceived as a resource that can be freely degraded,” said Luc Gnacadja, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) . “We need to move towards an understanding of land as natural...

Invest in climate-resilient futures says ICRAF DG Tony Simons

Invest in climate-resilient futures says ICRAF DG Tony Simons

This blog post was written by Jan de Leeuw As has already been noted in this blog, trees and agroforestry significantly support dryland livelihoods. There is only scattered knowledge and limited insight into the role that forests and...

Trees to increase resilience in East African drylands

Trees to increase resilience in East African drylands

Interest in drylands development has been increasing in recent years, driven by the recognition that there is a need to increase people’s resilience and reduce their dependency on aid. The reawakened interest in drylands development has translated into...

Going soft on sustainability

Going soft on sustainability

Tony Simons (far right) speaking at the SusCon in Bonn in November 2013 Sustainability:  “conserving an ecological balance by avoiding depletion of natural resources” If businesses compete so aggressively in the commercial arena, why do they go soft...