Whole grains are rich in protein, fiber and minerals. But our gut can't absorb this goodness with the presence of antinutrients. How to deal with this issue?
A look back at the #YourFutureYourClimate, a 3-year initiative, aimed to empower young people to deal with climate-related water and food challenges.
The good, the bad, and the ugly of international online event making and research collaboration. Tricky working hours and a lot of seating, but further outreach and no visa fees.
Are you a young researcher? Does your work focus on food systems in low-income contexts? Then do not miss out on this great opportunity to sharpen and enrich your research and network with peers.
Droughts, heat, erratic rainfall and floods can leave cows, sheep and goats with little to graze on. Changing climate will affect production of feed for livestock too. Harsh and extreme weather conditions can also reduce reproductive ability and undermine health of animals.
Agriculture is one of the main emitters of greenhouse gases globally. However, as sources differ from country to country, calculating emissions on a national level can be tricky. At the same time knowing the sources and the amount of the exhaust of the green house gases is a crucial step for formulating sound climate mitigation and adaptation policies.
About this reportThis report is based on presentations and discussions at the workshop “The Impact of Capacity Development on Food Security”, held in Stockholm, on 3 March 2016. It was...
A joint SIANI-SLU Global workshop took place on March 3, 2016 at SEI, Stockholm. The workshop aimed at discussing the impact of the Swedish involvement in capacity building as well as lessons learned. The workshop had the participation of international researchers, PhD and master students, members of the Swedish government, universities, consulting agencies and the SIANI network.
The new programme AgriFoSe, Agriculture for Food Security 2030, a 60 million swedish krona investment by Sida, was launched last week at the SLU Campus near Uppsala. AgriFoSe is developed by a consortium of scientists from SLU, Lund University, Gothenburg University and Stockholm Environment Institute, SEI and is hosted by SLU Global.