Climate Smart Agriculture

The future of permaculture, a sustainable way to grow

In a Huffington Post article, author John Vidal examines the garden and agricultural...

Tanzania establishes a National Framework for Climate Services

The United Republic of Tanzania has launched a National Framework for Climate Services,...

Smallholder farmers set to benefit from new agreement between African Union and Copernicus Programme

The African Union has signed a deal with the European Commission’s Copernicus...

Private sector partnerships key to sustainable agriculture, highlights IFPRI

A significant increase in investment is needed to lift millions of rural people out...

Zimbabwe announces new climate change policies focusing on resilience and emissions

Zimbabwe has announced three new climate change policies with the aim of making the...

FAO launches new soil productivity programme for Africa

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and its Global Soil Partnership...

Press release: International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)

New Guides to De-Risk Investment in Climate-Smart Agriculture in Africa Launched by...

Rwanda Climate Services for Agriculture wins Project of the Year Award!

Aid & International Development Forum is delighted to announce the winner of the...

5 questions with Caroline Mowngera, International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)

We caught up with Caroline Mowngera a Farming systems & Climate Change...

$4.1 billion committed to help developing countries meet environmental goals.

A fresh injection of $4.1 billion from the international community has been made available...

Climate Smart Agriculture Project of the Year Award – Shortlist announced!

We are pleased to announce the shortlist for the Climate-Smart Agriculture Project...

Rwanda launches its largest climate resilience initiative to date

380,000 people are set to benefit from a new climate change resilience project in...

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