A recent study is the first to comprehensively assess the global practice of data exchange in transboundary basins – identifying the strengths and weaknesses of current practice and helping to place data exchange at the center of transboundary water management.
As humanity looks to nature for answers to climate and development woes, wetlands are often heralded as a green panacea. What is needed is not uncritical adulation, but much greater scientific understanding.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the precarious nature of migration – creating new risks and challenges that migrants and rural households must navigate to maintain their incomes and livelihoods.
A pioneering pilot training program in India and Nepal is challenging tradition and helping communities to rethink gender relations in agriculture. Could its approach help to address gender inequalities more broadly?
A comprehensive approach to monitoring soil health, implemented by ICRAF with support from WLE, combines physical and chemical analyses with above-ground indicators like tree and shrub biodiversity. Its application across vast landscapes is transforming rehabilitation efforts worldwide.