Viet Nam is among the 196 Parties in the Paris Agreement that has committed to low-emission development pathways.

This atlas provides habitat suitability maps for 54 species that are widely used in Central America for shade in coffee or cocoa agroforestry systems. The 54 species represent 24 fruit species, 24 timber species and 6 species used for soil fertility improvement.

This book summarizes the achievements as well as some of the challenges faced while implementing integrated systems research to support the sustainable development of smallholder farming in the uplands of the Mekong region.

This paper presents a report from a project on “Developing community-based climate smart agriculture through participatory action research in CCAFS benchmark sites in West Africa” which is a joint initiative of CCAFS-West Africa programme and ICRAF-WCA.

The book is structured to cover a range of gender issues in various forest, trees and agroforest management areas from tree species identification to landuse decision-making.

Agroforestry provides a living for at least 1.2 billion people—approximately a sixth of humanity —and nearly all of us use and consume some of the goods and services it provides.

The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) has released working paper, titled "Payments for ecosystem services schemes: project-level insights on benefits for ecosystems and the rural poor." The paper examines 36 payments for ecosystem services (PES) projects in which beneficiaries of ecosystem services make direct financial transfers to land owner

Not much research has been done on the impacts of climate change on agroforestry systems.

The World Agroforestry Center (ICRAF) has released a report on its “Taking the Heat Out of Farming” project that helps Indian smallholders to join the global carbon market in Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan.

This new book released by World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) on the sidelines of the Durban Climate Change Conference, focuses on the relationship between rural development and climate change mitigation and adaptation in the context of trees and agroforestry. It discusses the role of rewards for ecosystem services in improving livelihoods while enhancing carbon stocks.

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