We have collected the questions raised by the audience during the webinar Youth in Agribusiness: Coping with COVID-19 in the Context of a Changing Climate. Read the panelists answers in this Q&A.
Why is FAO moving away from resource-intensive farming as a way to feed the world? And what are the alternatives?
Catch up with our recent webinar about how young people working in agribusiness are coping with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the context of a changing climate.
The world is focused on COVID-19, but other emergencies don’t go away. Ethiopia's remote Afar is grappling with climate change and food insecurity. And coronavirus is making matters worse.
Many people are leaving farming, but how does it impact livelihoods and development? Our webinar compared deagrarianisation in Europe and South Africa. Catch up!
The World Food Prize is an international award recognising the achievements of individuals who have advanced human development by improving the quality, quantity, or availability of food in the...
Call for 20 PhD positions in the new interdisciplinary Regional Research School in Forest Science (REFOREST) program
This year's event focused on the nexus between health, food, biodiversity and climate. Catch up with the latest thinking on sustainable land use and beyond.
India implemented the world's largest COVID-19 lockdown. As the country is slowly reopening, it's becoming clearer the lockdown has made life harder not only for farmers but for the entire society.
We asked our members how COVID-19 is affecting their life and work. What information is missing? And what activities could help our members in these turbulent times?