Conflict over Nipa-Nipa Grand Forest Park set to end

Government agencies, NGOs and farmers’ groups are working together to ensure the preservation of the Nipa-Nipa Grand Forest Park in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia, thanks to facilitation by the Canadian-funded Agroforestry and Forestry in Sulawesi project.   The Nipa-Nipa...

Innovative finance for innovative landscapes

Innovative finance is needed to protect the ecosystem services that Indonesia provides to its people and the planet. Innovative landscape management must match that finance, explained Director-General Tony Simons at a forum in Jakarta   ‘In the past...

Asia-Pacific Forest Communication Network meets urgent need

Policy makers, governments and international organizations increasingly recognize the urgent need for the forestry sector to improve its communication capacity and activity across countries and regions.   More than 35 communication workers, resource mobilizers, natural-resources managers and foresters...

One tree, many trunks: ASEAN, national governments and smallholders (Part 2)

The new global agenda has one goal: a sustainable Earth. The contribution of agroforestry in achieving this was discussed in detail at Asia-Pacific Forestry Week, led by Dr Meine van Noordwijk (see part 1) as part of the...

Serving society: forestry and people

People-centred forestry is at the heart of ensuring future generations inherit a sustainable Earth. Agroforestry can be its local expression.   Ms Yuliatin, a community forestry leader from Jember in Indonesia, brought a grass-roots perspective to the opening...

The ‘hidden’ biodiversity sustaining our agricultural systems

The term ‘biodiversity’ conjures up images of trees, plants, insects and mammals, which are increasingly recognized as important in sustaining agricultural landscapes. But what of the biodiversity which exists under the ground? How important is this to agricultural...

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