Enhancing landscape management practices through productivity
The lower Kafue sub-basin lies to the west of Mazabuka District in the eastern part of Zambia.
The girl who fought back - Shumi's story
From a destructive marriage as a child and limited opportunities to become an entrepreneur, Shumi’s life has been no ordinary journey.
Smallholder oil palm production in Honduras: A model for sustainable livelihoods and landscapes
When hurricane Fifi-Orlene hit Honduras in 1974 whole communities were wiped out, as well as an the country's banana crop, leaving the economy shattered. Nearly five decades later we look at how th
Smallholder oil palm producers contributing to peace and sustainability in Colombia
Farmers in Tumaco, Colombia, have been cultivating oil palm since the 1960s.
India steps up to make leather production more sustainable
The city of Kanpur, India, at the borders of the Ganges, hosts a lively tannery industry, employing 50,000 people directly and 250,000 indirectly.
The Solidaridad Show: Broadcasting Best Practices in Ghana
More than 10,000 people in both the western and Brong Ahafo regions of Ghana tune in regularly to a new radio show that addresses issues of climate change and land use through informative and enter
Ensuring Community Livelihoods Through Effective Land Governance in Sierra Leone
In Sierra Leone, two-thirds of the population are involved in subsistence farming. Here, land is not just an asset but also an important means of livelihoods and survival for many.
Indigenous communities strengthen resilience in the face of drought
Chaco Sustentable is a project to strengthen local communities’ resilience to prolonged droughts in Paraguay’s Central Chaco region. Today, the first results from this landscape governance project
Spotlight on Colombia: A Different Story of Palm Oil
Palm oil is associated with negative practices such as deforestation and displacement, but this plant and its fruit have other stories of remote lands that have not been told.
TUERÊ AND COCOA: Family Production to Reforest the Amazon
In one of the biggest rural settlements in Latin America, cocoa producers are learning to recover native forests with sustainable management practices.