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Kate Langford

Kate Langford

Kate Langford is a consultant writer with close to 20 years’ experience in communicating natural resource, environmental and land management issues for various government and non-government organizations. She previously worked as Communications Specialist for the World Agroforestry Centre in Kenya and has worked in Indonesia, Laos, Vietnam and Australia. She holds a Bachelor of Science and a Graduate Diploma in Scientific Communication.

A landscape (approach) portrait of Africa

A landscape (approach) portrait of Africa

A study of 87 integrated landscape initiatives in sub-Saharan Africa suggests investing in several forms of capacity development and involving women will increase the likelihood of achieving positive outcomes. Interest in managing landscapes in Africa as a whole...

Farmer and plough, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Technology can help provide more food but basics must be met

As the effort to improve food-supply productivity continues, technology and innovation are imperatives but scientists warn that smallholders’ basic needs must first be met   By Enggar Paramita   Food security has become everybody’s problem. Government, private companies,...

Dr James M. Roshetko, AIDF Food Security Summit Asia 2014

How to make sure we have enough to eat

The world is increasingly concerned with providing enough food for its growing population in the face of a changing climate. Agroforestry can be the key to meeting the challenge   By Enggar Paramita   Ensuring national food security...

Mrs Pongnapha Srina

Thai farmers are wealthier and healthier thanks to their agroforests

Farmers in Thailand are adopting agroforestry for environmental and human health, diversified and increased incomes and to mitigate global warming     ‘The advantages of agroforestry? How can I answer this? There are so many’, said Mr Naris...

PhotoVoice, Smart Tree-Invest, Philiippines

Using local ecological knowledge to assess smallholders’ vulnerability

Researchers in the Philippines are collecting local ecological knowledge from smallholders as a first step in supporting farmers’ adaptation to climate variability and market fluctuations     Using the Capacity-strengthening Approach to Vulnerability Assessment (CaSAVA) method, researchers are...

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