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Four recently published case studies, described below, focus on different forms of bioenergy and detail the steps needed to build country level evidence to support bioenergy policy formulation. The case studies use the  Bioenergy and Food Security (BEFS)...

Rome/Maputo - The lives and livelihoods of farmers and fishers in the three Southern African countries hit by Tropical Cyclone Idai are under severe threat, with communities in Mozambique bearing a particularly heavy burden. For a country where 80 percent of...

For many centuries, the Amazon has been home to millions of people who live in harmony with nature. These communities have developed ways of living and methods of farming that safeguard the land and its resources.  

Climate change threatens not only...

Bamako — A well-targeted, efficiently-crafted, and locally-driven climate change adaptation and mitigation measures can improve social and economic conditions, and protect the livelihood of communities of the fragile ecosystems of the Sahel.

This was the message conveyed by experts from the Food...

New York - The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, declared today by the UN General Assembly, aims to massively scale up the restoration of degraded and destroyed ecosystems as a proven measure to fight the climate crisis and enhance food...