Livestock and silvopastoral systems in Latin America: how to measure the greenhouse gases

Researchers are sharing knowledge about how to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from livestock and include silvopastoral systems in national climate-change reporting

Uganda’s biodiversity plan: challenges and ambitions

  By Chetan Kumar, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)   Uganda and other developing nations explain the challenges of meeting global targets for biodiversity, at the Fourteenth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the...

Agroforestry Concessions are a strategic mechanism for smallholders in the Amazon. How do we make it work?

Leer en español Every year, the Peruvian Amazon loses more than 100,000 hectares of forest due to expansion of the agricultural frontier over state forest land. In the last 15 years, a significant share of frontier dynamics has...

Peru’s integrated approach to nationally determined contributions can boost agroforestry’s role in fighting climate change

Agroforestry’s ability to produce multiple benefits can make it a key feature of Peru’s innovative and multi-sectoral approach to NDCs. What is needed to fully harness it?   Climate action is increasingly a country-led and country-driven process. Through...

Agroforestry leads as investors and governments support land restoration in Latin America

The global land restoration movement launched in Bonn five years ago is gaining steam. It’s big and it’s ambitious. In Latin America and the Caribbean, where it is called Initiative 20X20, it aims to bring 20 million hectares...

More transfer of knowledge needed South–South

Tropical forest countries at the World Forestry Congress call for greater cooperation to share experience between farmers, advisors and governments   ‘We are all talking about how to transfer knowledge from scientists and government to farmers’, summarised Dr...

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