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Agrifood 06-04-2018

Brazilian biofuel producers oppose further deforestation of the Amazon

The Brazilian Senate is considering lifting a ban on sugarcane production for ethanol fuel in the Amazon. The plan, supported by the country's president, has sparked protests from environmentalists and the Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association, UNICA.
Climate change 21-02-2018

‘Trump Forest’ hits a million trees in bid to fight climate change

Donors are paying to plant a million trees as part of a drive to counter US President Donald Trump’s decision to walk away from a global pact to curb climate change.
Climate change 28-08-2017

How to offset Trump’s climate science ignorance – plant 10bn trees

A campaign to plant enough trees to offset Donald Trump’s climate policies is under way. Organisers hope to plant ten billion trees by 24 December 2017, with the last one being a Christmas tree planted in front of the White House.
Development Policy 09-12-2015

Climate protection plans lack financial direction

Germany wants to launch more investment projects in developing countries in order to support the fight against climate change.  But where the money will come from is still not clear. EURACTIV's partner Tagesspiegel reports.
Climate change 04-12-2015

Forests: An underused toolbox for enhancing climate resilience

World leaders have to find new ways of tackling the climate issue. One of the answers might be to integrate nature conservation efforts, such as restoring forest landscapes, writes Luc Bas.
People under a faidherbia fertilizer tree in Tigray, Ethiopia. [Chris Armitage]

Agroforestry is crucial to the food production challenge

The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has just published the world’s most comprehensive study in seven years of the impact climate change has (and will have) on the world’s natural environment. Diversified farming, including agroforestry, may help mitigate the effects and food production, writes Patrick Worms.
Development Policy 31-01-2013

How planting trees can prevent violence in Africa’s drylands

With EU-backed forces advancing across Mali, the need for European and other donors to accelerate the development process in Africa’s poorest regions appears ever more pressing. For development experts a simple, yet unheralded solution exists - planting trees.