Hundreds of industry experts and leaders gathered Thursday in New York to highlight the importance of climate-smart agriculture to feed a growing world population without destroying the environment.
For WLE, 2013 was a year when the program refocused its work and began to articulate its ecosystem based approach. This annual report showcases 12 stories that highlight the types of outcomes…
An estimated 500 million smallholder farmers in the developing world produce the majority of food for the earth’s public citizens.
For forests, it was a historic moment. The New York Declaration on Forests, signed last week at the UN Climate Summit, was notable not just for its ambition—halving deforestation by…
How far do people walk to collect fruits and caterpillars?
Promoting nutrition sensitive and climate smart agriculture through increased use of traditional underutilised species in the Pacific
Indigenous peoples’ food systems, biodiversity and food security