The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture
Biodiversity, which is vital for food and agriculture, is disappearing by day, according to the first-ever report of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on the State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture. The report stresses that once biodiversity is lost, all the species that support the world’s food systems and sustain the people who grow and/or provide our food, cannot be recovered. here.
Africa’s path to 2063: Choice in the Face of Great Transformation
The AUDA-NEPAD, working with the Frederick S. Pardee Centre for International Futures, have, in this study, brought out evidence and insights on the “pace and direction” of transitions and what implications they have on the choices Africa make in determining their economic growth and development pathways. The study brings out easy to digest and use analytical information that could feed directly into integrated development planning in pursuit of Agenda 2063 goals and targets. The report also brings attention and planning capability to determine inter-generational timeframes and related actions that would lead to not just to economic growth, but also to sustainable development – in the context of human well-being. Get the full publication here