Watch two videos on the relationship between smallholder farming communities’ management and use of agricultural biodiversity, nutrition and climate resilience.
Elisabeth Simelton, a climate change scientist at the World Agroforestry Center (ICRAF), reflects on her work and life in quarantined Hanoi.
This event will discuss overlapping environmental-agricultural and education concerns in the Southeast Asia. It aims to better understand related national, ASEAN and global policies, programs and...
Why do Thai farmers work hard and are yet still poor? Why depression and helplessness are usually in the thoughts of Thai farmers? Is there a way to make any change? These are questions that I kept asking to myself since to be a rice farmer would be my dream job!
A rising world population requires increased food production. The achievements of Green Revolution have dramatically reduced hunger in certain parts of the World. However, these methods have most reached the limit of further intensification.
Roughly 7.2 billion people now inhabit the Earth, and by 2050, that number could reach 9.6 billion. Adequately feeding them could require increasing food production by two-thirds or more. In part,...
Presented at the Agri4D 2013 conference at the session on Transforming Gender Roles in Agriculture: - Ways Forward