Forests and trees can help us build a sustainable and healthy society, but our forests are under threat from deforestation and climate change.
The Focali Annual Meeting 2020 will provide the space to learn, share and talk about forests, landscape, biodiversity, climate and livelihoods.
Kan träd vara hjältar i klimatkrisen – ge negativa utsläpp, skydd, mat och vatten – eller är de sårbara och faller offer för torka och bränder? Lyssna på experter inom globala skog-...
Learn how we can guide people to understand the complex Forest-Water relationships and take them into consideration in forest and landscape management
To feed a growing population, combat climate change, and preserve biodiversity, there is a need to develop sustainable agriculture systems. Agroforestry is a pathway towards this. But why is it...
In June 2018, AgriFoSe2030 organized a writeshop in Gothenburg to gather ideas from young African researchers and produce a book with success stories from research about multifunctional...
Sweden and the UN World Food Programme have entered a landmark agreement that will bring hope to millions of people trapped by war and displacement crises.
One can't grow much food without water. In fact, agriculture is the largest consumer of water; Using more than 70% of global freshwater supply, it gives a head start to any other sector. Clearly, water is critical for food production,and we need a lot of it to produce food for the growing population, but we tend to forget that it is an infinite resource.
Presentation by Laura Kmoch, Chalmers University of Technology, at the young researchers meeting on multifunctional landscapes, Gothenburg June 7-8, 2016.
The 2030 Agenda and the landscape approach paint a picture of complexity and raise a lot of challenges, but there are also a lot of benefits in pursuing an integrated way of thinking.