Research AreasClimate Change, Ecosystem Management, Policy & Institutions
TimelineStart Date: 1 March 2012 | End Date: 29 February 2016
The developmental impact of this project will be to contribute to poverty alleviation for the 550 million people living at the forest-agriculture interface (FAI) in the tropics through improved food security and nutritional health and more sustainable management of ecosystem services.
The project will provide an improved evidence base on the value of ecosystem services for food security and health, leading to the development of better policies and practices to manage ecosystem services and food security, in turn leading to healthier, more food secure indigenous people who are better able to contribute to economic activity, thus reducing poverty.
TagsAfrica, Climate change, ecosystem services, food security, LAC
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