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Meine van Noordwijk

Meine van Noordwijk is a Distinguished Research Fellow at the World Agroforestry Centre. He joined the organization in 1993. Dr van Noordwijk guided the global integration of the Centre’s science and co-led ICRAF's global research program on environmental services. He also participated in a number of bilateral projects and is professor of agroforestry at Wageningen University, The Netherlands.

Agroforestry at 40: how tree-farm science has changed the world

Coffee bushes in a shade-grown plantation in the Andes, Ecuador.Morley Read/Shutterstock Meine van Noordwijk, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) “Agroforestry” – the practice of having trees as part of farms – is as old as agriculture itself. But as...

Agroforestry at 40: The institutional evolution of World Agroforestry in research, development, policy and delivery

The institutional evolution of World Agroforestry for the two thousand and tens decade is a combined outcome of sound planning and serendipity.

Public–private–people partnership for cocoa and forests in Côte d’Ivoire

By World Agroforestry West Africa Zero deforestation, improved livelihoods and business prospects and a restored environment are underway in the African nation through a successful partnership of government, private business, researchers and communities. For decades, Côte d’Ivoire has...

Eradicating hunger through the African Orphan Crops Consortium

Training scientists in advanced plant genomics is set to transform nutrition in Africa. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations works with the Consortium to assist its member countries. The African Orphan Crops Consortium is an...

Kenyan value chains are crucial for regreening efforts

  Researchers show development of value chains is important for restoring degraded land in Kenya. Development of value chains is a key driver for successful implementation of regreening efforts and market access, say researchers from World Agroforestry and...