Forests and water are inseparable
The world is facing a growing water crisis: already, 40% of the world’s population are affected by water scarcity, and climate change threatens to increase the frequency of both floods and droughts in vulnerable areas around the world.
A new report released today at the United Nations High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development in New York suggests that successfully managing the world’s forests will be key to mitigating these risks and ensuring safe and sustainable water supplies for all.
How soil scientists can do a better job of making their research useful15.08.18
- Big data
This post originally appeared in The Conversation in light of the 21st World Congress on Soil…Read more
Forests in policy: A tale of three clusters12.08.18
From providing clean water to sustaining agriculture and regulating the climate, forests have an imp…Read more
Aspen New Voices Fellows Andrew Mude and Jemimah Njuki tell of the moments their ag careers ‘took off’10.08.18
- Food Security
For your viewing and listening pleasure, here are two short video ‘stories’ by two great…Read more