Category: Adaptation

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.

dead trees, landscape

Where will trees grow in a new climate?

Researchers at the World Agroforestry Centre Philippines have created a model that suggests where threatened trees are likely to grow under a future climate, say Kristine Garcia, Rodel Lasco, Amor Ines, Bradfield Lyon and Florencia Pulhin    ...

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Could farmers help pay Europe's climate change mitigation bill?

If Europe’s policy-makers knew that agroforestry could be worth over 140,000 million euros in the European Union in 2030, would they be more likely to promote its adoption? Three scientists from the Flemish Institute for Technological Research recently...

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Could farmers help pay Europe’s climate change mitigation bill?

If Europe’s policy-makers knew that agroforestry could be worth over 140,000 million euros in the European Union in 2030, would they be more likely to promote its adoption? Three scientists from the Flemish Institute for Technological Research recently...

Mostly bad news about slowing the planet’s warming

Financial worries, blatant greed and misinformation seem to have derailed attempts to mitigate global warming. But the ‘New York City approach’ and agroforestry offer some hope, says Craig Jamieson   For scientists, our work is often full of...

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...