A novel public-private partnership leads thinking and development for food, nutrition, and environmental security in the MENA region post Paris Climate Agreement.
Various studies by the Economics of Land Degradation Initiative demonstrate that we generally underestimate the value of land, due to a large disconnect between the financial and true value of land.
The African Drought Conference takes off in Windhoek, Namibia
Study results challenge prevailing narratives on youth and migration.
Statement by Dr. Richard Thomas on the occasion of Earth Day 2016 themed Trees for Earth.
The short video showcases the inspiring evidence of how trees can transform peoples’ lives and landscapes through the story of two rural dryland communities in northern Ethiopia.
The photo story highlights the manifold benefits and services provided by trees to people in the rural drylands of the developing world.
ICRAF scientists, Leigh Winowiecki and Tor-Gunnar Vågen share their insights and reflections on tree-based systems research in Africa.
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