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The International Workshop on Agroforestry will be held on the 15th to 17th June, 2011 in Cottbus, Germany. The occasion marks the 20th anniversary of Brandenburg University of Technology in Cottbus.

Topics that will be adressed during the workshop may include:


A new report has been released to coincide with the forthcoming international conference  on the global land grab to be held at IDS, University of Sussex. The Journal of Peasant Studies (JPS) Forum on global land grabbing, with three leading commentators, debates the sometimes hidden impacts of land deals and sets the scene for wider debates at the upcoming conference.


Just three years after the 2007-08 food crisis, the food security of poor people and vulnerable groups, especially women and children, is under threat as the prices of basic food items skyrocket. Expanding biofuel production, rising oil prices, U.S.


As part of its mandate to promote biodiversity and local skills, the Fondation d'entreprise Hermès is focusing on how the knowledge and expertise involved in local agriculture can help preserve and maintain biodiversity.



An international Conference on Climate Change & Social Issues will take place on 13-15 December, 2011. The conference is being organized by Toulouse Business School (France) and Institute of Human Development and Training (IHDT) Sri Lanka , and hosted by Munasinghe Institute for Development (MIND) - Colombo Sri Lanka.

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