In focus Food security


News - 10 Jul 2018
New findings on a secret to upping crop production without depleting soil of nutrients
News - 7 Jun 2018
One student’s quest to save the endangered, golden-timbered Afrormosia

Analysis - 4 Apr 2018
Agroforestry: Why don’t farmers plant more trees?
Smallholder tree farming in fragmented tropical landscapes can boost crop production and protect the landscape too
Photo Essay - 27 Dec 2017
At a once-premier reserve, sowing seeds of transformation
Improving well being, training local scientists, creating sustainable solutions – from a massive tropical forest in the Democratic Republic of the Congo...
News - 22 Dec 2017
In defining the landscape approach, ‘don’t fence us in,’ scientists say
Avoiding top-down definitions at the Global Landscapes Forum
Video - 11 Dec 2017
What do forests have to do with food?
Delicious recipes and deeper insights from five sites in Africa
News - 4 Dec 2017
Films spur dialogue on inclusive agriculture in Tanzania
Documentaries give voice to tea, rice and sugarcane farmers
Interview - 22 Nov 2017
Forests vital for global food security
CIFOR scientists explain why at the EAT Food Forum in Jakarta
Event Coverage - 21 Nov 2017
Global food solutions from the Asia-Pacific
At the EAT Food Forum in Jakarta, finding more sustainable ways to feed the world
Photo Essay - 1 Nov 2017
Wild nourishment
Forest foods boost local diets in Zambia
DG’s Column - 25 Oct 2017
Putting forestry at the center
A final word from CIFOR Director General, Peter Holmgren
Feature - 16 Oct 2017
In Nepal, what migration means on the home front
As migrant workers leave their villages behind, landscapes and social hierarchies are being shaken from tradition