Uganda: Mbale and Mukono, taken by Tetra Tech

ProLand

ProLand supported USAID Missions to improve land use management using a systems approach to resilient development that integrates ecological, economic, and governance aspects.  Using primary and secondary research, ProLand developed and disseminated evidence-based guidance around best management practices for sustainably intensifying land use. The ultimate objective of the guidance is to help USAID achieve integrated impacts related to increased food production, reduced biodiversity loss, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and increased resilient and inclusive economic growth.

The scale of the climate crisis can feel overwhelming. Wondering how you can help in 2022? We pulled together our top tools and trainings for addressing climate change through development work.
With agriculture driving deforestation, global climate protection and biodiversity conservation goals seem to collide with the drive to produce more food. Researchers warn of an impending “food security-biodiversity-climate” crisis and “looming land scarcity.”
Aerial view of a Transition Forest area in Bokito, Cameroon.
Cocoa certification may not be doing its job. The expansion of the international cocoa industry across the world’s tropical regions has caused significant destruction of tropical forests, releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and destroying habitat.
Close-up image of a hand holding a cocoa pod that has been broken open to reveal the interior.
Technical Report

Prioritizing Investments in Land-Based Climate Mitigation in Madagascar

Upcoming Events

View All Events about