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Climate change and resource conflict
Landscape management
 
Event
23 September 2021
Land use changes and its dynamics in Colombia almost five years after the signing of the peace agreement

The aim with the event is to draw international attention on these issues. While the peace agreement is making slow progress and has faced several drawbacks due to the political situation and...

Landscape management
Trade and production
 
News Story
18 February 2019
Palm oil—can we enjoy it responsibly?

The slippery question of whether to ban the controversial commodity, or work with the producers.

Landscape management
 
Blog Post
28 December 2017
Trust infusion: Developing a software for sustainable landscapes

Valle del Cauca is where the jungle foothills of the Andes splash into the piercing green basin of the Cauca River. It is a captivating landscape. The land here is the most fertile in the entire...

Landscape management
 
Blog Post
1 September 2016
Why do farmers behave the way they do and make the decisions they make?

Climate change, volatile prices, changing consumption patterns, and increasing competition for agricultural land makes the hard business of farming even more challenging. How do we make our farming systems sustainable and resilient? In search for the answer to this question, we tend to focus on inputs and outputs, forgetting about the people who are at the center of the issue.

Gender and equality
Trade and production
Sustainable Agricultural Production and Food Security
 
Slides
15 October 2013
Overcoming inequalities without challenging women’s loyalty to the indigenous community – Case study in the Indigenous Community Nasa Kiwe, Colombia

Presented at the Agri4D 2013 conference at the session on Transforming Gender Roles in Agriculture: - Ways Forward

Gender and equality
Trade and production
 
News Story
14 October 2013
Reporting from the Agri4D Conference: Transforming Gender Roles in Agriculture – Ways Forward

A gender lens was applied to a wide range of agricultural research topics in one of the parallel sessions on Thursday morning (Sep 26th). As is often the case at the gender related discussions, a female dominated audience filled the room and speakers and facilitator were all women. However, as the session commenced about a quarter of seats were occupied by men.