Preparations of the UN Food Systems Summit 2021 are in full swing. But how is this global policy process structured and how can you participate?
Edible wild foods have been an important part of the diet of rural populations around the world, primarily in developing countries. They are also an important safety net and contribute to...
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Our new Expert Group consolidates the knowledge about wild foods in Asia and links it with relevant policy arenas on food security, poverty reduction and sustainable forest management.
Presented by Anna Woodhouse MSc, PhD - SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, at the young researchers meeting on multifunctional landscapes, Gothenburg June 7-8, 2016.
Presented by Matthew Fielding, Communications Manager - SIANI on the 19th January 2017 at the SIANI Annual Meeting 2017.
Katja Freiwald (Unilever Global Partnerships Director) on improved food and nutrition security for tea farming families
Apart from being a major mechanism for climate mitigation, forestry is also an important economic segment in many industrial countries, including Sweden, supporting thousands of jobs.
Nearly a quarter of damages wrought by natural disasters on the developing world are borne by the agricultural sector. Building resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises must therefore be the top priority, FAO demands. Twenty-two per cent of all damages inflicted by natural hazards such as drought, floods storms or tsunamis are registered within the agriculture sector.