Organized through an Innovation Platform, farmers have been empowered to take better decisions regarding production, storage, selling of their common bean produce in new markets.
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.
The new climate deal must recognize that many of the effective climate change interventions have their roots in agriculture and particular attention must be devoted to the Fertile Crescent.
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.
Tunisia’s policy makers are listening to scientists and local stakeholders to define a shared vision and roadmap for managing common rangelands in the country’s driest areas.
Banishing old superstitions, farmers in Pakistan are now embracing the cactus pear as a multipurpose income-generating crop to reduce risks associated with climate change.