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AidEnvironment is a not-for-profit sustainability research, strategy and implementation organisation working to achieve transformative sector change.

We produce actionable insights and implement sustainable solutions to help protect and restore ecosystems and improve livelihoods in agricultural and forest landscapes across Asia, Africa and Latin America.

In the spotlight

Land // 20.06.24

A conversation with AidEnvironment’s regenerative agriculture coordinator

For many of us not actively engaged in this field, the term regenerative agriculture is not something we hear often. To get better acquainted with the concept, we sit down with Marina Vara Gutiérrez, the Program Coordinator for Regenerative Agriculture and Agroforestry from our Landscape Management team. Apart from learning more about regenerative agriculture, we also find out more about […]

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AidEnvironment // 12.06.24

Growing Together: Sustainable Farming in the Heart of Carmen

In this article, our Executive Director shares her reflections, insights, and firsthand experience from her recent trip to the Carmen region in the Philippines, where she witnessed the challenges and successes of our collaborative efforts with local farmers on the Going Bananas project.  By Anna Shoemakers, Executive Director.   Visiting the region of Carmen, where our collaboration with local farmers on […]

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AidEnvironment // 15.05.24

Environment and Natural Resources Management Ordinances for IWRM

By Anne Kikundwa, Okot Brian, Lukwago Brian, AidEnvironment East Africa Office. At the core of integrated water resources management (IWRM) is the need for equitable, beneficial and sustainable use of water and environment resources. IWRM has been widely adopted by governments and both national and international organisations. AidEnvironment seeks to further its adoption. To achieve this, AidEnvironment engaged all stakeholders […]

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Land // 02.10.23

Advancing regenerative agriculture through the Green Transformation Pathways Project

Article by Marina Vara Gutiérrez (Regenerative Agriculture expert at AidEnvironment) What a journey it is being part of the Green Transformation Pathways (GTP) project in India! The GTP project is rooted in four pillars: regenerative agriculture, natural resources management, local economy, and women’s centrality. In September 2023, as part of the regenerative agriculture workstream developed for the project, Ruben Borge […]

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AidEnvironment // 23.01.23

The origins of deforestation-risk commodities linked to the EU market

AidEnvironment’s deforestation-free supply chains team analyzed the trade flows of 98 commodity products, originating from non-EU countries and placed in the EU market in 2021. This is highly relevant in the context of the upcoming EU Regulation on deforestation-free products, that will require an in-depth understanding of the exposure of the EU and its 27 Member States to deforestation risks […]

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AidEnvironment // 20.01.23

Towards Climate Resilient-Coconut Farming in Kulon Progo, Yogyakarta

The Sugar & Steam consortium, consisting of AidEnvironment, PT Aliet Green, and Van Hall Larenstein (VHL) University, is working together with coconut sugar farmers in Kulon Progo, Special Region of Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia to boost their climate resilience and productivity. Aliet Green is a company producing organic coconut sugar and other organic food products in partnership with farmers. As the […]

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