Agroforestry World

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Tree nurseries increase availability of quality seedlings

In growing numbers, smallholders in Gorontalo, Indonesia manage tree nurseries as an alternative income source. The World Agroforestry Centre through the AgFor Sulawesi project is sharing new knowledge and experience for the benefit of farmers. Tree nurseries are...

The participants were divided into two groups who collected Fractal Branching Analysis field data from pamelo trees on the NOMAFSI campus. Photo: World Agroforestry Centre/Rachmat Mulia

Strengthening partnerships through advanced agroforestry research in Viet Nam

A training course has helped cement relationships with key agroforestry-development organizations in Viet Nam and prepared young researchers for future growth. By Rachmat Mulia and La Nguyen ‘The training was really important because it introduced advanced agroforestry research...

The session titled “Climate change and the role of markets and trade: leveraging co-benefits” hosted by UNCTAD, WTO and ITC on the sidelines of the Paris COP21. Photo: ICRAF/Susan Onyango

Don’t trade away the climate

Trade, environment and development featured on the agenda at the just concluded UN climate talks held in Paris. The convention talked of ensuring global benefits at lowest possible costs. Climate policies influence how trade is conducted among countries,...

A farmer from Lantapan, Bukidnon, another rural community in the Philippines, examines her celery crop affected by climate change. Photo: World Agroforestry Centre/Edith Mayormita

Holistic adaptation needed for smallholders in the Philippines

Smallholding farmers in the Philippines notice climate change and its impacts on their farming systems, however, their adaptive capacities are not yet fully maximized. There is, thus, a need to holistically develop their capacities.   Researchers have found...

Dr Beria Leimona explaining PES principles to some of the participants in the training course. Photo: World Agroforestry Centre/Sadewa

Bhutan learns how to improve payments for ecosystem services

Staff of the Bhutan Government have been trained by the World Agroforestry Centre in methods for improving their ecosystem services’ schemes.   Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) are incentive-based schemes that bridge conservation initiatives and community livelihoods. The...