3rd World Congress on Agroforestry

10.01.14 - 14.01.14

Building on the legacy of the 2nd congress in 2009, the 3rd World Congress on Agroforestry 2014 will act as a springboard to accelerate the impacts of agroforestry, build people’s livelihoods, increase the vitality of the landscape and drive the adoption of large-scale innovations.

The objective is to shape the next steps in the field of integrative science, transformative change in landscapes, tree improvement, innovative tree-based value chains, debates on global and local sustainability, reform of land and tree tenure and holistic education.

The Congress is organized by the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) and the Indian Council of  Agricultural Research and  will be held in Delhi, India.

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