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Climate Change
The Dilemma Of Climate-Resilient Agricultural Commercialisation In Tanzania And Zimbabwe
TanzaniaNewsham, Naess, Khamaldin Mutabazi, Shonhe, Boni...

The implications of climate change for agricultural commercialisation – and the implications of agricultural commercialisation for climate change – are profound. On the one hand, agricultural production is, by nature, highly sensitive to climate chan...

Climate Change, Agri-Food News and Media
Do We Need To Increase Carbon Levels in Soil?
All CountriesJane Marsh

Most people understand that climate change is a growing and global concern. They also realize that no single solution will solve this massive problem. Progress will happen through an all-encompassing strategy that includes many options. One of them i...

Climate Change
Newly Aeeded With $14 billion, Africa’s Great Green Wall To See
All CountriesGloria Pallares

The Great Green Wall for the Sahel and the Sahara Initiative, which seeks to restore 100 million hectares of degraded land and create 10 million green jobs by 2030, has entered a new phase with partners pledging more than USD 14 billion in internatio...

Climate Change
It’s Now or Never”: Latest IPCC Report Demands Urgent Climate Action
All CountriesLily Hess

Amid the doom and gloom of uncontrolled climate change, there is room for hope. The world can still halve its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and achieve its climate goals.

Climate Change
Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change
All CountriesIPCC

The Working Group III report provides an updated global assessment of climate change mitigation progress and pledges and examines the sources of global emissions.

Climate Change
Me, You, And The Metaverse
All CountriesMonica Evans

Will virtual reality ‘worlds’ prove distraction or driver for climate

Climate Change, Agri-Food News and Media
From Minimum Standards to a Gender Transformative Approach
All CountriesIan Schwenke

Women are disproportionately affected by extreme poverty, climate change and state fragility. More importantly, empowering women has manifold benefits for families, communities and economies.

Climate Change, Agri-Food News and Media, Mechanization
Research and Lessons Learned from Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation Partnerships
All CountriesFeed the Future Partnering for Innovation

Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation’s partnerships provide an on-the-ground look at the challenges and opportunities for commercializing new products and services for the smallholder market segment.

Climate Change, Agri-Food News and Media
Serious about Managing Groundwater Depletion? Shift Focus from “Water-Saving” Technologies to Motivating Irrigation Behavior
All CountriesSoumya Balasubramanya, Kashi Kafle

Irrigation technologies, such as drip lines, moisture probes and automated systems, are often viewed as solutions to reduce groundwater depletion. It turns out that perception of water shortages in the past can affect current irrigation behavior in...

Climate Change
Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability
All CountriesIPCC

The Working Group II contribution to the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report assesses the impacts of climate change, looking at ecosystems, biodiversity, and human communities at global and regional levels. It also reviews vulnerabilities and the capacities...

Climate Change, Financial Services, Research and Development
Does Rainfall Variability Explain Low Uptake of Agricultural Credit? Evidence from Ethiopia

Does Rainfall Variability Explain Low Uptake of Agricultural Credit? Evidence from Ethiopia

Climate Change
Digital Climate Advisory Services (DCAS) for Smallholder Resilience Opportunities and Challenges to Scale to 300 Million Farmers
All CountriesWBCSD

Around 30% of global crop production is threatened by climate change impacts and over 300 million small scale farmers do not have access to climate advisory services to help them respond to this threat. To serve this farmer population, billions of do...

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