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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By Melissa
AidEnvironment // 10.06.24

23.6 million hectares of Brazilian cattle farms linked to JBS, Minerva, and Marfrig   

A recent update to AidEnvironment’s database includes direct and indirect suppliers of JBS, Marfrig and Minerva, the three largest meatpackers in Brazil, covering 23.6 million hectares. That area is larger in size than the island forming Great Britain (20.93 million ha). Our sample identified 23,594 direct supplying farms and 47,338 indirect supplying farms linked to the three largest meatpackers in […]

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By Natividad
AidEnvironment // 16.05.24

What is the Water Potential Estimator (WPE) tool?

Article drafted by Niels Lenderink, Senior Consultant   A consortium involving Meta Meta Research, CDE at University of Bern (WOCAT), Acacia Water and AidEnvironment, funded by the World Bank, is developing the Water Potential Estimator (WPE).  The WPE is the second in the series of online tools developed by the consortium. The first one is the Water Harvesting Explorer (WHE), which […]

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By Natividad
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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By Natividad
AidEnvironment // 22.04.24

‘Rethinking Collective Actions & Innovative Solutions to Water, Environment and Climate Change Crisis’

The Uganda Water and Environment Week (UWEWK) is an event organized annually by the Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE) through the Water Resources Institute (WRI). Since its inception in 2018, the event seeks to contribute towards the attainment of sustainable socio economic transformation and achieving the Ugandan National Development Plan and vision 2040. This year, AidEnvironment joined other partners in […]

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By Natividad

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