IPCC authors meet in Colombia for final stages of Climate Change and Land report
Around 125 authors and IPCC Bureau members from about 45 countries will come together in Cali for their Fourth Lead Author Meeting to start work on preparing a final draft of the report for consideration by governments on 29 April-23 June in the light of over 14,800 government…
Cattle urine’s planet-warming power can be curtailed with land restoration
When cow urine falls on degraded land, it releases far more nitrous oxide – a potent greenhouse gas – than when absorbed by healthy pasture. The findings show additional benefits of landscape restoration and conservation
CIAT influences more than half a billion dollars of investment in rural development in Asia and Africa
Over the last six months, a team of researchers from International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)’s Sustainable Food Systems initiative has worked intensively with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) to improve…
How much progress are we making in land restoration?
CIAT scientists evaluate this progress by looking at 154 projects in Latin America and the Caribbean. Countries have ambitious land-restoration goals, including Initiative 20×20, which aims to restore 20 million hectares in Latin America by 2020…
Annual Report 2017-2018
CIAT, building off 50 years of success in generating and strategically positioning knowledge to improve agricultural practices, reduce poverty and hunger, and improve human nutrition, continues to play a key role in addressing the world’s most pressing challenges related to agriculture, development, and the environment.
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IPCC authors meet in Colombia for final stages of...
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) authors will meet in Cali, […]
Navigating coverage of climate change and agriculture:...
During a series of webinars on climate change and agriculture, a global team of […]
Cattle urine’s planet-warming power can be curtailed...
When cow urine falls on degraded land, it releases far more nitrous oxide […]