This conference ties together the main four themes at the center of agroforestry for the transition towards sustainability and bioeconomy.
Forest, climate and livelihoods (Focali) research network celebrates 10 years and invites members and partners to attend their annual meeting and the anniversary in Gothenburg!
Welcome to a multi-stakeholder discussion about opportunities and challenges to scale-up agroforestry.
Swedish scientists and civil society representatives call for cooperation and offer working solutions for reducing hunger and building sustainable food systems.
SLU agronomist Håkan Örberg will share his experiences from Sub-Saharan and the positive effects of agroforestry system in reducing poverty, malnutrition and soil erosion!
Presented by Ekaterina Bessonova, Communication Officer - SIANI at the SIANI Annual Meeting 2017
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
The background of Focali, a presentation of their major research topics and a summary of their 2015 activities.
How to understand vulnerability and how to reduce it? If you ask this question to several people on the street they are likely to give you different answers. Same is probably true for those who work with policy and make decision on how to reduce vulnerability of people in rural communities in Africa or elsewhere. Different understanding results in different way of doing things.
Goda nyheter: Afrikas jordar blir grönare, matproduktionen ökar och den negativa klimatpåverkan minskar. Den vanligaste bilden av Afrikas jordar är en accelererande ökenspridning som hotar...