In ‘Our River Was Like a God’: How Dams and China’s Might Imperil the Mekong, The New York Times explores the impacts of hydropower development on the Mekong region, featuring data gathered under the CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE).
Even if the climate crisis was miraculously solved tomorrow, agricultural production would still be racing down the road to unsustainability. The decisions made in the next few decades will shape the future of our planet.
The report provides guidance in estimating soil organic carbon (SOC) and help identify appropriate deployment of sustainable land management (SLM) technologies, with a special focus on maintaining land degradation neutrality (LDN).
An aquaculture project that provides a win-win situation for agriculture and sanitation, won the Sanitation Challenge for Ghana award which recognises and rewards excellence in Urban Liquid Waste Management.
GRIPP launches new infographic entitled ‘GROUNDWATER – Critical for Sustainable Development’ illustrating a timeline of groundwater use throughout history and projected outcomes of continued groundwater abstraction.
The Africa RISING program -- "Africa Research in Sustainable Intensification for the Next Generation" -- provides support to Ethiopian farmers across the country, offering conservation-focused interventions.
Switzerland recently announced its decision to invest in agricultural research by supporting the CGIAR, joining contributions aimed at food security and the 2030 Agenda goal of eradicating poverty and hunger.