The race toward a global climate agreement has been neither easy nor straightforward.
Agriculture was a much-debated topic at this week’s international climate negotiations in Germany.
Top African officials and global business leaders will discuss incorporating nature into Africa’s economic development.
We’re fond of saying that we have our heads in the sky and our feet in the mud. Here’s what we mean.
To learn about food security, a new CI employee volunteered at an urban farm.
Even in urban environments, nature provides valuable services for people.
For coffee farmers impacted by climate change, growing multiple crops can be an insurance policy against disaster.
Unless we invest in sustainability, increasing crop yields will not guarantee long-term gains for smallholder farmers.
The Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program’s new project — supported by CI — provides income for some of the most remote communities on Earth.
This ambitious initiative could change how Africa — and the world — approaches sustainable agriculture.