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Agricultural Workers and thier Contribution to Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development
This report, jointly produced by the FAO, ILO and IUF, focuses on the 450 million women and men who are employed as waged agricultural workers, and who are at ...
Assuring Food Security in Developing Countries under the Challenges of Climate
This is a discussion paper from Untied Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), published in February 2011, authored by Ulrich Hoffmann. In ...
Why a Green Economy Matters for the Least Developed Countries
MAY 2011 - A joint publication of United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), and Office of the ...
Green jobs assessment in agriculture and forestry sector in Bangladesh
The report focuses on climate change impacts on Bangladesh; and ways for sustainable economic and social development and environmental protection at national ...
Green Jobs in a Sustainable Food System
"The U.S. food sector is among the most productive in the world and is a significant driver of our economy. Yet, it’s failing us in major ways – putting public ...
Warming experiments underpredict plant phenological responses to climate change
The results of a recent study comparing experimental and observational data of the effects of global warming on plant flowering and leafing shows that ...
A global synthesis reveals biodiversity loss as a major driver of ecosystem change
A meta-analytic synthesis of studies of the effect of species loss indicate that the negative effects of such loss on the environment are of similar magnitude ...
Climate impact on plants could be underestimated: Study
The Times India, 03 May 2012 - Experiments that try to simulate global warming's impact on plants badly under-estimate what happens in the real world, ...
Green jobs assessment in agriculture and forestry sector in Bangladesh
The report aims to develop an inventory of which organization or agency is doing what in green jobs in the agriculture and forestry sectors; and identify ...
The Employment Effects of Climate Change and Climate Change Responses: A Role for International Labour Standards?
This paper describes how International Labour Standards could be made more relevant to climate change in terms of its impact on employment and the labour ...
Green Jobs: Working for People and the Environment
The report, Green Jobs: Towards Decent Work in a Sustainable, Low-Carbon World, is the first comprehensive compilation of global green jobs trends and ...
Job Opportunities for the Green Economy: A State-by-State Picture of Occupations that Gain from Green Investments
This report provides a snapshot of the kinds of jobs that are needed to build a green economy in the United States. They focus on six key strategies for ...
The Economic Impact of Climate Change in Namibia: How climate change will affect the contribution of Namibia’s natural resources to its economy
This study is a first attempt to provide some economic indicators of how climate change will affect Namibia. The study aims to assess the likely economic ...
Organic Agriculture and Food Security in Africa
The study demonstrates that organic agriculture can be equal or better for food security than most conventional systems and is more likely to be sustainable in ...
25% Renewable Energy for the United States by 2025: Agricultural and Economic Impacts
This study was designed to determine the feasibility of America’s farms, forests and ranches providing 25 percent of U.S. total energy needs while continuing ...
Start Your Green Business (SYGB) Training Modules
Developed under the Indonesian Green Entrepreneurship Program Inception Phase, the Start Your Green Business (SYGB) Training Modules cover 5 green sector: ...