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Health and nutrition
Landscape management
Wild foods, biodiversity and livelihoods
 
News Story
15 July 2020
What’s your wild food story? Contribute to our online campaign!

Let the world know about your connection with indigenous food, biodiversity and livelihoods!

Health and nutrition
Landscape management
Wild foods, biodiversity and livelihoods
 
Publication
14 July 2020
Information flyer for an online campaign about wild foods

We seek the stories from people and organizations who harvest and consume wild foods and work with wild foods conservation, restoration and revival.

Health and nutrition
Landscape management
Wild foods, biodiversity and livelihoods
 
News Story
11 May 2020
Making forest wonders work for nutrition, biodiversity and livelihoods

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.

Landscape management
 
Event
27 September 2019
Forest Tenure Reform in the Amazon – A path to livelihoods and tenure security for local people?

Join this seminar to learn more about the outcomes and experiences from forest tenure reforms in the Amazon, transferring land rights to local communities and indigenous people.

Gender and equality
 
Blog Post
8 December 2017
Forest and food, a matter of social justice?

When it comes to food security, forests can be a life-saver. Forests provide fruits, leaves, nuts and mushrooms. These foods are crucial for nutrition in rural communities, and can cushion against...

Trade and production
 
Blog Post
13 October 2017
Why good policies and public funding (only) won’t change the world

International deforestation curbing policy infrastructure is well developed. It includes the New York Declaration on Forests, the Bonn Challenge, Initiative 20x20, AFR100 and now also the UN Strategic Plan on Forests 2017-2030, just to mention a few of its components. These are all great, but throwing billions at conservation and afforestation won’t work without making agriculture sustainable and zero-deforestation.

Climate change and resource conflict
Landscape management
Forests, Landscapes and Food Security
 
Event
2 September 2015
Building partnerships with forest communities

Find the call for abstract here.