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Vital Signs data will help Tanzania’s people, crops and ecosystems stay healthy and productive in the face of various threats.
Continue reading "Tanzania Announces Plan to Fight Climate Impacts on Agriculture"
As Vital Signs expands, we are gathering exciting data about the connections between agriculture, ecosystems and people.
Continue reading "Taking Nature’s Pulse in Tanzania’s Breadbasket"
Food security initiatives in Africa often don’t account for the value of ecosystems for agricultural productivity.
Continue reading "In Tanzania, Nature Provides Unseen Value for Farmers"
This new initiative aims to help increase agricultural productivity while maintaining critical ecosystems.
Continue reading "Vital Signs Gains Support at African Green Revolution Forum"
Technology has revolutionized how scientists collect ecological data. So how can we make sense of it all?
Continue reading "Finding Meaning in a Deluge of Data"
This ambitious initiative could change how Africa — and the world — approaches sustainable agriculture.
Continue reading "Building an Agricultural Monitoring System in Africa"
Today the proposed Serengeti Highway — a road that would have cut through the iconic park and disrupted the migration
Continue reading "Serengeti Highway Cancelled: Victory for Responsible Development"
How do you stop a herd of wildebeest? According to many international conservationists, the answer is: build a road. The
Continue reading "Serengeti Highway Must Balance Development with Conservation"
Seventy-five percent of the world’s coral reefs are threatened by human activities, according to Reefs at Risk Revisited, a new
Continue reading "Working to Protect Reefs at Risk"