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Global Soils Partnership annual meeting focuses on “black soils” and data-sharing initiatives
Seminar at FAO seeks to rekindle international cooperation, wider use of existing tools and approaches
Finding sustainable solutions to these kinds of challenges is the focus of World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT)
Drought is an ordinary and accepted part of everyday life in Central Asia, but climate change and increasing economic demands pose a growing threat to the region’s water security, making it imperative to shift toward more aggressive drought management...
At the heart of sustainable development lies one simple question: how do we ensure that the social, environmental and economic needs of people and planet are all met? Considering this question is crucial in territorial development so that land and water is used and managed appropriately – to ensure food production...
AquaCrop Version 6.0 is now available! Version 6.0 of AquaCrop, the crop-water productivity model developed by FAO to address food security and assess the effect of the environment and management on crop production, has now been released on the AquaCrop website. The new features of version 6.0 are: It enhances simulation of crop...
First gathering of Global Framework on Water Scarcity in Agriculture agrees on the Rome Statement to drive action, safeguard food production
New FAO tool offers water-scarce countries and river basins a way to boost productivity
To mark World Water Day, FAO urges the safe use of wastewater, especially in agriculture
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