Why gender sensitive research requires a bottom-up approach that works directly with communities, rather than a top-down approach that fails to recognise the real-life consequences of entrenched gender norms.
Agro Landscapes has launched a series of interactive e-learning modules that brings together the insights of over 40 international experts on transforming our food, land and water systems for a sustainable and inclusive future.
This first-ever event of its kind in Pakistan aims to bring together academics, government officials, NGOs, and policy experts from home and abroad to discuss the problems affecting the country's water resources today.
A Water Pavilion side-event at COP26 will look at how advanced water management practices can improve water sustainability, increase land and water use efficiency, boost yields and even reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
A Water Pavilion side-event at the UN’s Climate Change Conference (COP26) addresses tech-savvy and inclusive water management innovations that can help farming communities navigate natural disasters and build resilience to climate change.