Many people are worried about how we will be able to find food in the future, but not so much about how we grow food.
In June 2018, AfriFoSe2030 organized a writeshop in Gothenburg in order to produce a book with success stories from research about multifunctional landscapes. Researchers from Kenya, Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Ethiopia gathered to improve their writing skills and present their stories about how to use the landscape more efficiently – for example through fish farming and growing in differents elevations.
The chapters in this book represent the four different African countries of Kenya, Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Ethiopia which are home to 370 million people and will see their population doubled in ten years. For this reason, climate change scientist and editor, Elisabeth Simelton stressed
We need to be smarter in how we grow the food