Webinar recording: What levels and composition of investment best serve global objectives of sustainable development?

Our second webinar in the May-October 2017 monthly series, conducted by Mark Rosegrant, Director of the Environment and Production Technology Division at the International Food Policy Research Institute, was dedicated to findings from a recent analysis of the impacts of alternative agricultural investments on global objectives of sustainable development. Watch the webinar recording

Exploring the impacts of alternative investments on poverty, hunger, and environment

The recent report by the Global Futures and Strategic Foresight team (part of PIM's research flagship 1) seeks to help the CGIAR centers and research programs, as well as donors and other decision makers assess the overall impact and benefits of investing in international and national agricultural research programs.

Webinar: What levels and composition of investment best serve global objectives of poverty reduction, improved nutrition, and sustainable resource management?

The next webinar in the PIM Monthly Webinars series will take place on June 28, 11:00 AM EST. Mark Rosegrant (IFPRI) will summarize findings from a recent analysis of the impacts of alternative agricultural investment options on global objectives such as the SDGs and the CGIAR’s System Level Outcomes in the coming decades.

Fish to 2050 in the ASEAN region

Fisheries and aquaculture are increasingly becoming a primary source of protein and micronutrients, foreign exchange, livelihoods, and well-being for the population in the ASEAN region. The new WorldFish/IFPRI report presents a baseline projection of fish supply, net trade, consumption and nutrition in the ASEAN region to 2050. According to the paper, fish production in the region will >> Read more

Strengthening crop production in marginal areas through conservation agriculture

Conservation Agriculture has the potential to enhance soil fertility and reduce erosion across 260,000 hectares of fragile and degraded cereal land in Tunisia, according to a joint study by the country’s National Institute of Agronomic Research (INRAT) and ICARDA, supported by PIM within the framework of the Global Futures and Strategic Foresight project.