Digging into Agriculture
Agriculture is a critical part of Africa’s economy, and is most at risk from environmental pressures, climate change, and natural capital disruption. We heard from leading organisations who are working to make their operations environmentally, socially and economically sustainable.
The session included a presentation of leading case studies, followed by both online discussion and a webchat.
Catherine Ainamaani, Sustainable Food Forum, Uganda
Lucy Muchoki, CEO, Pan-African Agribusinesses & Agro-Industry Consortium
Charles Karangwa, IUCN
Shakespear Mudombi, TIPS South Africa
With a panel of expert practitioners from across Southern and Eastern Africa, the Diving Into Water session at the African Forum on Green Economy explored a trio of innovative new projects using natural capital approaches to preserve and conserve Africa's most precious natural resource.
Recorded April 22nd 2020
Francophones: Accédez à la vidéo sous titrée en français en cliquant sur "paramètres /settings" en bas à droite de la vidéo puis "sous-titres". Cliquez de nouveau sur "sous-titre" pour choisir la langue de traduction.
For additional information on the video case studies above, these supporting documents are available.
TIPS South Africa. Two case studies exploring the experiences and expertise of farmers and agronomists implementing sustainable approaches in South Africa.
TIPS South Africa. Policy research paper on climate-sensitive approaches to small business and entrepreneurship in South Africa.