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.
The seminar will present different perspectives on natural resource management, the role of institutions and on good governance in the context of development cooperation. These perspectives will...
The Food Loss and Waste Protocol, a multi-stakeholder partnership, convened by the initiative of the World Resources Institute at the Global Green Growth Forum announced the launch of the new accounting and reporting standard for food waste prevention – the FLW Standard.
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...
Despite certain progress in recent years a large proportion of the world’s rural population, especially in low and middle-income countries, still does not have statutory recognized rights to the agricultural land and other natural resources they have been using for generations and on which they depend for their livelihoods.
According to FAO’s data about one third of all edible food that we produce is lost or wasted. Food waste is a fundamental moral dilemma because in the world with a growing population and 800 million of chronically food insecure people, it is an inexcusable to waste food and resources.
The programme shall support the gaps in the entrepreneurial ecosystem, enabling grantees to overcome early stage uncertainty, step across the Pioneers Gap and move closer to financial sustainability and scale.
On August 18th 2015 SIANI Expert Group on Higher Education for Sustainable Agriculture (HESA) in Southeast Asia held a Public Forum followed by a smaller HESA-SIANI Expert Group regional meeting at Chulalongkorn University School of Agricultural Resources (CUSAR) in Bangkok.
Do agroforestry systems produce more and a greater range of ecosystem services than segregated agriculture and forestry systems? Agroforestry practices and multi-functional landscapes have recently returned to the forefront of discussion in response to challenges of the conventional agriculture systems.
The 2015 World Water Week will be held under the theme “Water for Development ‘’ during August 23th – 28th in Stockholm.