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Spore newsletter – 16 April 2019
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Nachilala Nkombo

“African agricultural policies have to be climate proofed”

Zambia country director for the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Nachilala Nkombo, discusses the role of the public and private sectors in adapting agricultural value chains.

Climate-smart solutions

Climate-smart incentives

Conservation yields economic rewards

Zambian smallholders are being rewarded for taking up climate-smart, conservation practices to increase productivity and protect their environment.

Entrepreneurship

Health-conscious consumption

Demand for plant-based products

Agri-processing companies in the Caribbean are making the most of indigenous fruits and plants to access a home-grown market for food, beverage and cosmetic products.

Dossier

Analysis

Farming in small spaces

To feed the world's population, two-thirds of whom will live in urban areas by 2050, the agricultural sector must find innovative solutions to produce food in increasingly limited areas.

Cameroon field report

Conserving resources with aquaponics kits

 

Interview: Olisealoka Peter Okocha Jr.

“Vast expanses of land are not needed”

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Digitalising Agriculture:
Bridging the Gender Gap

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