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Stories from Scotland, United Kingdom

December 2016

A colleague who I greatly respect told me that there is call for abstracts for a conference on forests and livelihoods and wondered if we could work on a paper together. 3,230 more words

Top 10 viewed ILRI Clippings blog articles of 2016

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Top 10 viewed ILRI News blog articles of 2016

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To end poverty without wrecking the environment, put people first—New series by Nathanael Johnson

Nathanael Johnson, a talented food writer at Grist, a non-profit environmental news and commentary site based in Seattle, has published a thoughtful special series of eight articles around a question seldom looked at squarely in the eye—that is: How can we eliminate absolute poverty from the world without destroying the environment in the process? 1,378 more words

Agriculture

Vinu takes charge of his life

Skills to Succeed programme was started with an aim to create opportunities for training disadvantaged youth who are dropouts or due to weak economic situation lack skills to hold a job to provide for their families. 774 more words

Daily Dose Of Saath

Alien hunters in Indonesia – protecting natural parks and forest ecosystems in SE Asia

The Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR) posted four blogs about CABI’s activities in its ‘Partner Spotlight’ feature. One of these was on a four-year Global Environment Facility (GEF) funded project that we led which ended recently. 880 more words

Invasive Species

GROW Observatory: citizen science in action

I have just been appointed the new Programme Director of the GROW Observatory (GROW) and I am delighted to be working with such an exciting project. 324 more words

Livelihoods