Beans to the rescue in the fight against child malnutrition and school absenteeism in Mada...

Twelve-year-old Branza has lived in an orphanage in Antananarivo, Madagascar’s capital, since 2010, because his parents cannot afford to feed him. Madagascar is known for its sunny beacheRead more

Beans to the rescue in the fight against child malnutrition and school absenteeism in Madagascar

Engendering bigger impact: making the other half count

Gelia Castillo has had her fair share of challenges as a female scientist. Now aged over 80, she remembers when, as one of the earliest pioneers of the social sciences in the patriarchal agricultuRead more

Engendering bigger impact: making the other half count

A powerful voice for climate-smart agriculture in the tropics

An interview by Margaret Zeigler, Executive Director of the Global Harvest Initiative, with Ruben G. Echeverría, Director General of the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)Read more

A powerful voice for climate-smart agriculture in the tropics

Cutting down on Amazon deforestation: Watch, think, and act

Reducing deforestation in the Amazon is possible – Brazil has done it. Now it’s the turn of other Amazon countries to do something. With Terra-i and other Global Forest Watch contributRead more

Cutting down on Amazon deforestation: Watch, think, and act

Initiative 20×20: Getting large-scale land restoration on track

Last Sunday, government ministers from six Latin America countries joined a half dozen private investors at the Global Landscape Forum (held alongside the UN Climate Change Conference inRead more

Initiative 20×20: Getting large-scale land restoration on track

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