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Long-term financing is fundamental in successfully scaling up community-driven nature-based solutions to tackle the impacts of climate change. Although often underestimated, what tends to take the most resources in implementing nature-based solutions is the cost of organizing and strengthening the capacity of local communities. Financial mechanisms that channel long-term...
Harnessing rural youth’s potential in forest and farm production systems is vital. Young people enhances labour productivity, helps maximize the use of technology and social media, and facilitates adoption of a healthy attitude to risk and resilience. However, high numbers of rural youth that migrate to urban areas threaten their...
Building on existing experiences, interviews and local surveys in Ghana’s savannah zone, this article details how FFPOs can help build climate-resilient landscapes and ensure that multiple benefits are generated for local communities. It highlights how FFPOs that implement restoration can build strong and sustainable value chains, and promote integrated production...
The Napo Province of the Ecuadorian Amazon is home to Indigenous Kichwa communities. The cultural heritage of these communities includes highly complex agroforestry production systems known as ‘Chakra’ that incorporate cash crops such as cocoa, vanilla, coffee and guayusa alongside subsistence cassava, banana, corn beans and peanuts and a host...
The Twenty-fifth Session of the Committee on Forestry (COFO) was planned to take place at FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy from 22-26 June 2020. The Session was postponed due to the ongoing health crisis. COFO will be convened virtually from 5 to 9 October 2020. It was preceded on 22-25...
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