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Aspects Determining the Risk of Pesticides to Wild Bees

Crop losses to pests are a major problem in sustaining production, and often, pesticides are used as the first line of defense against pests. However, the indiscriminate use of pesticides often impacts negatively on beneficial insects – insects that provide essential ecosystem...[more]

Conservation Agriculture and Sustainable Crop Intensification - A Zimbabwe Case Study

Future food security relies not only on higher production and access to food but also on the need to address the destructive effects of current agricultural production systems on ecosystem services and increase the resilience of production systems to the effects of climate...[more]

Growing greener cities in Africa. First status report on Urban and Peri-urban horticulture in Africa

African policymakers need to act now to steer urbanization from its current, unsustainable path toward healthy, greener cities that ensure food and nutrition security, decent work and income, and a clean environment for all their citizens. This report highlights a key component...[more]

Conservation and Sustainable Use under the International Treaty

This publication is the second in series of educational modules being developed under the coordination of the Secretariat of the International Treaty to strengthen capacities for the effective implementation of the International Treaty among its stakeholder groups. The work...[more]

Natural Resource Assessment for Crop and Land Suitability: An application for selected bioenergy crops in Southern Africa region

The pilot regional assessment carried out for Southern Africa and described in this publication was designed to help evaluate the crop and land suitability of bioenergy crops which are also food crops, namely: cassava, sugarcane, sweet sorghum, sunflower and oil palm under...[more]

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