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 year's event focused on the nexus between health, food, biodiversity and climate. Catch up with the latest thinking on sustainable land use and beyond.
India implemented the world's largest COVID-19 lockdown. As the country is slowly reopening, it's becoming clearer the lockdown has made life harder not only for farmers but for the entire society.
Learn about what SIANI did during 2019 to call attention to the value migration generates for our societies and how investing in rural development can support this work.
We asked our members how COVID-19 is affecting their life and work. What information is missing? And what activities could help our members in these turbulent times?
Are you a young researcher? Does your work focus on food systems in low-income contexts? Then do not miss out on this great opportunity to sharpen and enrich your research and network with peers.
What role can private and public sector collaborations play in fighting the aftermaths of the Covid-19 pandemic and reaching the 2030 Agenda?
Join this webinar on 3 June at 09:00 PDT to hear perspectives on how to plan and manage water to increase resilience and reduce vulnerabilities for both humans and ecosystems.
Why banning live animal markets could elevate the risks of disease transmission? And what is the alternative? Explore this versatile biosecurity framework.