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Leveraging agricultural value chains to enhance tropical tree cover and slow deforestation (leaves): Synthesis report
Slowing the degradation and clearing of tropical forests and increasing tree cover in agricultural and livestock grazing systems could become a critical part of the global solution to climate change. To realize this ...
Mesoamerican Coffee: Building a Climate Change Adaptation Strategy
In Mesoamerica, coffee production is an important part of economies and societies, forming the backbone of thousands of families’ livelihoods and contributing significantly to national agricultural GDPs. Yet it is in Mexico ...
Payments for environmental services in Costa Rica: from Rio to Rio and beyond
Costa Rica has shown how a small developing country can grab the bull of environmental degradation by the horns, and reverse one of the highest deforestation rates in Latin America to become the poster child of environment ...
Info CATIE Belize
Economic cost-effectiveness an important criterion in IPM
(CATIE, Managua (Nicaragua), 2004)
Agenda for a critical decade: strategic plan 1993-2002
(CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica), 1998)
Throughout history, agriculture has been essential for human well-being and survival. Nevertheless, it has become one of the production sectors that most affect the environment and natural resources. Population growth ...
CATIE's gender policy
(CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica), 1996)
The Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro and the World Conference on Women in Beijing drew specific attention to the relationship of women to natural resources management. CATIE follows this lead and recognizes its responsibility ...
Ganadería y manejo del medio ambiente
(CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica). Departamento de Agricultura y Agroforestería, 1986)