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JULY 2021
Fixing our food systems
Peatlands and the planet ahead of COP26
Peru's agroforestry improvements
Food. Nature. People.
Like the air we breathe and the water we drink, we all need access to nutrient-rich food to support health and wellbeing. Food production also provides employment and income and, if done sustainably, can protect landscapes and their biodiversity, sequester carbon and provide other critical ecosystem services.

Unfortunately our food systems are in crisis and contributes to land degradation, poverty, biodiversity loss and accelerating climate change.

There is an alternative: nature-positive solutions based on scientific evidence that diversify our food systems, build new and equitable markets for a wider range of domesticated crops from wild foods to create value for local and Indigenous communities and the role of forest and trees for creating a sustainable food systems.

Find out how to fix our food systems on Sept. 2, when CIFOR-ICRAF and its partners will present solutions to tackle this crisis featuring a range of speakers from policy makers to farmers to highlight the ways the world can advance progress towards a resilient, people-focused food systems using forests, trees and other healthy landscapes and launch a new alliance on nature-positive solutions to inform international landmark initiatives.

Register and join us to learn more about how to transform food and farming for people and the planet.

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Curtailing emissions from carbon-rich peatlands
A recent meeting of international environment officials and government leaders from four key tropical countries formalized a joint commitment to prioritize sustainable management of peatlands.
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COVID-19 makes it harder for charcoal producers and traders to make ends meet
In Democratic Republic of Congo's third-largest city, COVID-19 has had an impact on the charcoal industry, putting forests at greater risk.
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Why multi-stakeholder forums need fair participation from all sectors          
One of the largest environmental multi-stakeholder forums in Brazil designed to reduce deforestation ran contrary to its perceived participatory nature.
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Our Aspirations Matter!
Scientists are researching how farming households' aspirations affect their behaviour and the success of rural development strategies.
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Peru's forestry authorities set to improve agroforestry concessions
Recommendations by an expert consortium to the Government are set to help improve the roll-out of agroforestry concessions.
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GLF Amazonia: The Tipping Point – Solutions from the Inside Out
The Amazon is the world's largest rainforest, but much of it is on the brink of permanently drying up due to deforestation and climate change.

On 22–23 September, join us at GLF Amazonia to learn how we can prevent that. We'll be joined by scientists, policymakers, Indigenous groups, youth, investors and more for the largest-ever global digital conference on the Amazon Biome.

Sign up now to host a session or volunteer, and learn more about the conference in the concept note. (Leer en español / Ler em português)

The numbers behind GLF Africa            
Last month, GLF brought together thousands of participants from 186 countries to explore ways to restore Africa's drylands, reaching 32 million people via social media.

For more facts and figures, check out our newly released donor and partner report, and find out what happened at the conference in the outcome statement, informed by over 54 organizations.


Facts and Figures   Outcome Statement
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How to Finance the UN Sustainable Development Goals?
Watch Tony Simons discuss the current programs at Resilient Landscapes and the private sector's role in financing the UN Sustainable Development Goals in his latest interview with the UN Brief: https://bit.ly/3xao7zw.
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Adapting to a changing climate with forests and agroforestry

A recent publication offers guidelines for countries to include forests, trees and agroforestry in their National Adaptation Plans to address climate change.

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Pre-Summit of the UN Food Systems Summit
26 – 28 July, online
Status of research on Moringa oleifera: genetic variation, genomic resources and the future
29 July, online
Locally managed ecosystems: Promoting locally and community led restoration, conservation and use of ecosystems in Africa
29 July, online
Wetlands Knowledge Exchange
2 August 2021, online
World Water Week 2021: Building Climate Resilience through Rainfed Agriculture in the African context
23 – 27 August, online
Developing smallholder-oriented IPM strategies for fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda Smith) management
24 – 26 August, online
Rural Aspirations: Livelihood Decisions and Rural Development Trajectories
26 August, online
Food. Nature. People. A blueprint to build thriving, sustainable food systems
2 September, online
GLF Amazonia: The Tipping Point
22 – 23 September, online
GLF Glasgow: Forest, Food, Finance - A New Deal for Earth
5 – 7 November, hybrid and online
Sustainable woodfuel value chains in Africa: Governance, social, economic and ecological dimensions
23 November, online
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Rural aspirations: livelihood decisions and rural development trajectories
Diagnostic and a baseline study for implementing ecosystem-based adaptation in rural landscapes of the Gambia
Linking food, nutrition and the environment in Indonesia: A perspective on sustainable food systems
Re-integrating ecology into integrated landscape approaches
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Science Writer Consultant
Web Content Writer Consultant
Team Leader, Climate Change, Energy and Low-Carbon Development
Legal Officer
Consultant – Central Africa Communications Coordinator
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Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)

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World Agroforestry (ICRAF)

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The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) and World Agroforestry (ICRAF) envision a more equitable world where trees in all landscapes, from drylands to the humid tropics, enhance the environment and well-being for all. CIFOR and ICRAF are CGIAR Research Centers.
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