Farmers’ Conclave: Sustainable Livelihoods in Dryland Regions

Dear Friend, Greetings from Pipal Tree, Bangalore! Pipal Tree, in collaboration with Sahaja Samrudha, is hosting a get-together of farmers from the dry-land regions of India from 18-20 December 2017 at Fireflies Intercultural Centre, Bangalore. This get-together of farmers is aimed at sharing best innovative and traditional practices in dry-land farming and allied activities, identifying issues and challenges…

With Or Without Water: Coping With Climate Change In Bangladesh

Bangladesh frequently faces crucial natural behavior not only for its geographical position but also for the rapid changing of world climate which is largely caused by human activity. The effects of global climate change are evident now, as the people across the planet are experiencing through irregular weather conditions. These effects are multidimensional. Among the…

Pakistan’s Billion Tree Tsunami Afforestation Project Set To Surpass Bonn Challenge Commitment

The Billion Tree Tsunami Afforestation Project in Pakistan’s northern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) province was launched in 2015 by Imran Khan, Chairman of Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf party. It has surpassed its target by restoring and planting trees in 350,000 hectares of degraded forest landscapes. This successful project offers multiple benefits for climate adaptation and mitigation in a…