The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 2020. The prize acknowledges how hunger is connected to peace and provides momentum for the global community fighting hunger in the important years ahead.
Based on the “grand narrative” of the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this presentation shows one example of how a single scientist’s contribution can have an...
Students from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) inquired into the future of academic work post-COVID-19. What did they find out?
The Focali Annual Meeting 2020 will provide the space to learn, share and talk about forests, landscape, biodiversity, climate and livelihoods.
On the occasion of the World Food Day, the Swedish FAO Committee invites you for a webinar about how we can make food systems sustainable for all.
Sharing a meal brings us joy, but our food systems create and deepen inequality, with negative effects on our health and nature. How to turn things around?
Submit your paper about any bioeconomy-related issue for the virtual Eastern Africa Bioeconomy Conference.
The Government of Sweden is holding a meeting about the humanitarian impacts of climate change, with food security and risk anticipation as a focus.
A free e-learning course on community-led forest management for sustainable development and climate change solutions that leave no one behind
Access to clean water is a growing challenge worldwide. Landscape restoration can provide an effective solution while doing good for people and nature.