In the next blog in our Family Farming series to mark the UN Year of International Family Farming, we meet Nicholas Assaw, a farmer from the Sefwi Mafia community in Ghana.
A family of rare crested eagles has settled in the Cuyabeno Wildlife Reserve, a lush, species-rich swath of the Amazon and Ecuador’s second largest protected area. The threatened crested eagle is a rare sight in Ecuador—in fact, the newly identified nest is one of only three known to exist in the entire country.
In today’s Frog Blog post, Hélène Roy of the Rainforest Alliance’s Sustainable Finance Initiative discusses the particular challenges confronted by cocoa farmers in Côte d’Ivoire.
Colombia and Brazil have played each other 25 times, with Brazil winning 15 times compared to Colombia’s two wins. But who’s going to come out top in our sustainability World Cup? Today it’s a contest between flowers and cattle.