Category: Climate Change

Meine van Noordwijk

Meine van Noordwijk

Meine van Noordwijk is the Centre’s chief science advisor, based in Bogor, Indonesia. Originally from The Netherlands, he joined the organization in 1993. Dr van Noordwijk guides the global integration of the Centre’s science and co-leads our global research program on environmental services. He also participates in a number of bilateral projects and is professor of agroforestry at Wageningen University, The Netherlands.

Burning peat forest, Sumatra. Photo: World Agroforestry Centre/Robert Finlayson

Dehazing Indonesia’s effort to support sustainable timber production and self-sufficiency in food, energy and water

  On 21 and 22 October 2015, more than 600 forest scientists and practitioners from 12 countries met at the Institut Pertanian Bogor, Indonesia for the Third International Conference of Indonesia’s Forestry Research (INAFOR). The minister and senior...

Bioenergy can contribute to more than one of the Sustainable Development Goals. Source: World Agroforestry Centre/Sonya Dewi

Sustainable bioenergy and the Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia

Bioenergy can play a role in Indonesia in achieving Sustainable Development Goal 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all. And several other Goals. But some conditions need to be met.   ‘Bioenergy is...

Smallholders are important suppliers of biofuel products in Indonesia. Photo World Agroforestry Centre/Noviana Khususiyah

Bioenergy for Indonesia means improving smallholders’ livelihoods and maintaining the environment

If Indonesia is to achieve its target of 23% renewable energy, of which 10% should come from bioenergy, by 2025, the nation must simultaneously improve policies, embrace smallholders to improve their livelihoods and maintain the services provided by...

David Kenduywo at his farm in Kembu, Bomet County in Kenya. He grows fodder trees, shrubs and grass for his dairy cattle. ICRAF/Sherry Odeyo

Steps towards Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions for Kenya’s dairy sector

Dairy is a major activity in Kenya’s agricultural sector and a source of livelihood to some 500,000 people engaged through the value chain. The industry engages one million smallholder farmers who account for 80% of milk produced in...

Harvesting season in Nyando climate-smart villages

Nyando climate-smart villages are home to a mix of technologies tailored to boost farmers’ ability to adapt to climate change, manage risks and build resilience. These technologies will in turn improve livelihoods and incomes. Photo S. Kilungu/CCAFS

Kenya integrates climate-smart agriculture into its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution

  Technical support from CCAFS and CGIAR Centers helps build consensus for wider policy change. Kenya is among 36 countries (as of September 21) that have recently submitted their Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) to the United Nations Framework...