The research of Aniek Hebinck at DRIFT focuses broadly on sustainable food systems change. As a post-doc she contributes to the project SIRIUS, in which the focal point is sustainability of urban...
This 10-pillar strategy for sustainable land management could guide policy during the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
The decline of pollinators and the effect it has on our food production and biodiversity is all over the news. But did you know that insects can help us fight diseases, improve nutrition and be climate smarter?
Read this impact story about how SIANI helped to enhance agroforestry for the rural poor and women in Southeast Asia.
Dr. Segenet Kelemu, International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) Director General visits SLU on 29 January. In conjunction to the visit, Dr. Kelemu will participate in a seminar...
Smallholder farmers are under increasing pressure to grow more and better-quality food in a sustainable manner. What innovations can help them achieve that?
The development of edible insects as a food industry has been very slow, despite its many potential benefits. What needs to change?
Welcome to a multi-stakeholder discussion about opportunities and challenges to scale-up agroforestry.
The proponents of multifunctional land use often claim this approach is highly beneficial for women. But is it?
New open access book from AgriFoSe2030 on multifunctional land uses in Africa with cases from Kenya, Ethiopia, Nigeria and Burkina Faso