Boosting agricultural production to meet the food demands of growing and more prosperous populations increasingly comes with a cost to the ecosystems upon which human life more broadly depends.
Agricultural expansion is the greatest driver of the loss of nature and its biodiversity and ecosystem services worldwide.
Zambia, like most of the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), is facing a future in which climate change will consistently negatively affect smallholder crop production.
This case study for the Zambian Mission facilitated experiential learning on climate risks faced by farmers and the support institutions in current development activities in Northern Province. The
Climate Smart Agriculture profile for Zambia developed by CGIAR, providing a good summery of policy and programming recommendations, overview of Land Use and Agricultural production systems in coun
Welcome to the Research Presentations of the Transformative Engagement Network (TEN) project.
The Learning Platform was initiated in April 2014 at the Limerick Inception Workshop where a range of themes and learning objectives of interest to Irish Aid were identified.
Agriculture Advisers’ Meeting A meeting of IA Agriculture Advisers and Development Specialists was held in Lusaka on 18th August which the author chaired.
Although desert dunes cover 5 per cent of the global land surface and 30 per cent of Africa, the potential impacts of twenty-first century global warming on desert dune systems are not well underst
Lusaka, Zambia, 19-21 August, 2014