Pierre Pradal will join CGIAR full-time on January 2, 2014
One of the planet’s most precious non-renewable resources soils are essential for the production of food, animal feed, shelter and energy. World Soil Day highlights the importance of soil and the need to use it sustainably.
The work of the academy will generate improved planting materials that will be offered to smallholder farmers throughout Africa.
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Tapping into the potential of today’s youth to restore degraded landscapes
Peru’s Ministry of the Environment (Ministerio del Ambiente, or MINAM) and the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) will sign a formal agreement to increase cooperation on research into forestry and sustainable development.
As countries ponder incentives to slow the degradation of their tropical forests, a huge, unanswered question looms: What exactly is a degraded forest?
In the birthplace of Arabica coffee — Ethiopia’s Kafa Biosphere Reserve — rangers are using Facebook to monitor and verify changes in their forests.
Food Hydrocolloids (2013). Kolawole O. Falade, Mande Semon, Olamide S. Fadairo, Adebola O. Oladunjoye, Kora K. Orou et al.Functional, physico-chemical properties and FTIR analysis of flours and starches of two African rice cultivars (Transgressive Segr…
Improving the resilience of vulnerable communities to economic and climatic variations.