The aim with the event is to draw international attention on these issues. While the peace agreement is making slow progress and has faced several drawbacks due to the political situation and...
This webinar will look at the socio-economic drivers of soil degradation and explore solutions that can help achieve the SDGs related to soil health, sustainable land use and climate change.
Growing world population drives the demand for food, feed and fiber. And since no country can produce all the products we now can buy in supermarkets, this demand is met through the export of agricultural commodities on the global market. Partly, the global demand is met through a rising productivity on the already established agricultural land.
A new initiative for restoring degraded land – the African Forest Landscape Restoration Initiative (AFR100) - was launched during COP21 in Paris. The goal of AFR100 is that 100 million hectares of land will be restored or in the process of being restored by 2030.
Four years ago in Bonn, world leaders set a goal of restoring 150 million hectares of deforested and degraded lands by 2020.
Global development is moving with great speed. The scale of the global land use change is so rapid that it affects Earth’s orbit, pointing at the increasing interconnectedness of socio-economic activities and the environment, unraveling the links that we, perhaps, have not imagined before.
SIANI and EcoAdapt hosted a multi-stakeholder discussion event at the Global Landscapes Forum in Lima.
The world's agricultural system has come under increasing scrutiny as an important driver of global climate change, creating a demand for indicators that estimate the climatic impacts of agricultural commodities.
Global farmers face an enormous challenge to satisfy a rapidly growing demand for food, feed, fibres and fuels. At the same time the environmental sustainability of production methods is...