Nature-based solutions were emphasized during COP25 as a means for climate change adaptation. But what does it mean in practice?
Improving the productivity of female farmers can step forward Malawi’s development and address its staggering poverty levels. But how to do that?
Nominate individuals and organizations for this years Win Win sustainability award on the theme biodiversity
Aquaculture has a tricky reputation; the fish meal is one reason why. But with new research, the unsustainable fish feed can become a problem of the past.
The development of edible insects as a food industry has been very slow, despite its many potential benefits. What needs to change?
We are looking for dedicated individuals to renew our Steering Committee, a government body that provides guidance and direction to our work. Do you have anyone in mind?
The Young Scientific Programme Committee (YSPC) (age 35 and under) is a group of individuals selected each year to support the Scientific Programme Committee (SPC). They collaborate with experienced scientists and water professionals, develop the seminars' programme of one of the world’s most renowned water conferences, and gain visibility within the water community. They also add another, important perspective to the SPC’s work: the young professionals' perspective.
Learn about education for mainstreaming agroecology in this Q&A with the lead author of our new policy brief.
The call for Basic Research Grants (up to 15 000 USD) and Renewal Grants (up to 12 000 USD) is now open.
Livestock Systems in Urbanizing Environments: Impacts and Implications for Food Security in Developing Countries, Call for Submissions