Madeleine Fogde, Programme Director at SIANI, presents at the SIANI Annual meeting 2019.
Focali is one of the partners to the newly launched Agroforestry network. On November 19, the network published an opinion piece in Göteborgs-Posten where we argue that more funding for agroforestry in development cooperation can help to reach both the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the climate deal from COP21 in
Agroforestry, a multifunctional and climate-smart method of integrating trees into agricultural landscapes, plays an important role in a number of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and in their implementation Agenda 2030.
Indigenous and local communities, particularly in forest areas, are increasingly affected by environmental degradation and deforestation, which is often the result of unsustainable land use and global demand for commodities and mineral resources.
Another aspect of farming intensification is the increased use of antimicrobial pharmaceutical to avoid production losses from animal diseases. Therefore it is an assumed high priority on the...
Restored and sustainably managed forests in cities watersheds can provide cost effective solutions to enhance the quality and quantity of operation of traditional “grey” water infrastructure.
Sverige i Världen Torsdag 7:e juli 8.00 – 9.45 - Almedalsveckan i Visby
Speaking pointsIntroduction and welcome - Prosun Bhattacharya (KTH)Groundwater quality in Stockholm - Tonie Wickman (Stockholm Stad)Groundwater quality and treatment of private water supplie
The joint SIANI-SLU Global and Focali Workshop on Community resource management, landscapes and climate change in South- and Southeast Asia took place on 16-17 May.
Workshop on introduction to theory of change thinking in agriculture development lead by Dr. Isabel Vogel from the UKAim: The aim of the workshop is to provide an introduction to ‘ToC...