Despite the recessionary context, much can and needs to be done with existing resources. It seems that it is now or never. Governments should start rethinking how they can reallocate their existing public budgets to make them more cost-effective and efficient in reducing the cost of nutritious foods and increasing the availability and affordability of healthy diets, from sustainable agrifood systems.
On June 1st 2022, ReAct in collaboration with The Nordic Council of Ministers and Stockholm Environmental Institute hosted the hybrid event "The silent antimicrobial resistance pandemic urges a concerted global response - but what needs to be done?". Here you find 5 takeaways from the day and a few next steps.
The Stockholm+50 associated event explored the role of agroecology in strengthening the implementation of the three Rio Conventions and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), all the while putting smallholder farmers and indigenous communities at the center.
Discover the main takeaways of the the Stockholm+50 milestone associated event organised by SIANI and AgriFoSe2030 on how agripreneurial youth can build capacities to support sustainable food systems.
In view of the latest IPCC report on mitigation, there is a current pressing need to solve the climate and biodiversity crisis. Cross-disciplinary landscape approaches appear to be essential for...
Marika Kronberg spent the agroecology day at SLU Alnarp learning more about agroecology at the hands of the renowned Argentinian researcher Pablo Tittonell and a group of master's students in agroecology running Alnarp's Agroecology Farm.
A dialogue held during the Stockholm+50 heard how Kenyan forest farmers were inspired to set up the Farm Forestry Smallholder Producers Association of Kenya (FFSPAK) after a visit by Swedish foresters ten years ago.
SIANI and other partner organisations will organise a series of events supporting Stockholm+50 to showcase further efforts for delivering the Sustainable Development Goals.
While the Colombian peace agreement is making slow progress and has faced several drawbacks due to the political situation and lack of will from the current government, the situation of Colombia’s environment and local communities has deteriorated.
Indigenous and local communities are both dependent and stewards of biodiversity. Learn more about what a human rights-based approach entails and how it can preserve both biodiversity and livelihoods.