The ELD Initiative makes progress on the economics of land degradation in Central Asia.
Countries in Central Asian Countries are embracing cultivation of the indigo plant as a way to rehabilitate degraded lands and improve wellbeing and livelihoods of rural communities.
Setting the scene for a robust agricultural research agenda to combat land degradation and climate change, whilst meeting food and nutrition security needs.
Year 2015 saw the implementation of several integrated systems research initiatives to combat land degradation, mitigate the effect of climate change and improve soils in Central Asia and the Caucasus.
New climate change study uses econometric cross sectional analysis modeling to observe medium and long-term climate impacts in Tajikistan.
A systemic approach to rangeland tenure and inclusive rangeland management plans adapted to local conditions are required to address land degradation and loss of income for rural dryland communities in Uzbekistan.
A Rural Women Learning Alliance in Uzbekistan is leading local community efforts to cope with the negative effects of climate change and land degradation.
New animated video provides snapshot of climate-smart agriculture investment opportunities in drylands of the developing world.
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