Pioneering soil microbiologist, Dr. Elaine Ingham teaches us about "The Life in the Soil" in Part 3, "The Proper Biology."
This fact sheet explains how climate change affects local agriculture and food security, and outlines the challenges faced because of the world's growing population and changing weather patterns. It also outlines Feed the Future's approach to increasing food security despite changing climate patterns.
This manual focuses on providing a set of criteria to ecotourism planners and managers at conservation non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to facilitate decisions with respect to ecotourism management and development.
The manual was created specifically for use in the Western Kenya Smallholder Agricultural Carbon project. This manual includes introductory modules on climate change and Sustainable Agriculture Land Management (SALM), as well as modules that describe specific SALM practices.
The purpose of this publication is to show how conservation agriculture can increase crop production while reducing erosion and reversing soil fertility decline, improving rural livelihoods and restoring the environment in developing countries.
The Business of Ecotourism Development and Management introduces strategies that ensure that tourism activities contribute to the conservation goals of a protected area.
Pioneering 'Soil Food Web' scientist, Dr. Elaine Ingham, B.A., M.S., PhD., explains the interconnected relationships of microbes in healthy soil.
Pioneering soil microbiologist, Dr. Elaine Ingham teaches us about "The Life in the Soil" in Part 4, "What is Soil?"
In Part 5 of this series, Dr. Elaine Ingham, B.A., M.S., PhD. describes differences in soil productivity by explaining the foundations for growth and how they are established, maintained and restored in various soil types and ecosystems.
This issue of the ACP MEAs quarterly newsletter, published by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), talks about the problems that come with leftover pesticides.