What are the challenges with biodiversity and wild foods? And how to enable sustainable production and consumption?
This brief focuses on the role of trees for increased water and food security on smallholder agroforestry farms in the tropics, and opportunities to adopt agroforestry as a landscape restoration...
Integrating agroforestry into regional and national policies can increase water availability and food security.
We know meat consumption and livestock farming as climate and sustainability culprits. But is it always the case? Explore the protein debate.
Banning the consumption of wild foods can have positive impacts on nature conservation and on the decrease of zoonotic diseases. But what about communities depending on these resources to survive?
Phytoremediation, a cost-effective solution for a biological soil clean-up, can help us avoid health hazards and strengthen food security.
Miguel A. Altieri, Professor at UC Berkeley, Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management will be speaking at this event.
The Focali Annual Meeting 2020 will provide the space to learn, share and talk about forests, landscape, biodiversity, climate and livelihoods.
A recent HLPE CFS report calls for a worldwide change of narrative in food security policy and practice.
Food demand drives forest conversion into agricultural plantations on a massive scale, leading to widespread biodiversity loss. This has to stop.