Young academics will benefit from training to address the complex and interlinked challenges – or ‘wicked problems’ – in the policy and planning sector, in order to solve today's global biodiversity, climate, land and water crisis.
Policy makers must look at the broader implications while researchers by nature zoom in on narrow issues, resulting in a communications malfunction between them. A recent paper on a framework for knowledge brokering aptly addresses this issue.
Op-Ed from the Chair of the CGIAR WLE-supported Commission on Sustainable Agriculture Intensification (CoSAI) in The Hill.
Coronavirus has demonstrated our ability to transform food-supply chains at short notice, but the strain on the global food system will extend beyond the pandemic. Here's what to do, from CoSAI Chair in The Hill.
Farmers perspective points reveal social, economic and political decisions play an equally important role, next to investment in infrastructure, and that intangible benefits for human wellbeing is a missing ingredient in the sustainable development agenda.