Patrick Worms

Senior Science Policy Advisor, CIFOR-ICRAF

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Patrick Worms, a Cambridge-educated molecular geneticist, represents the world’s premier research institution devoted to the study of the roles of trees in agricultural landscapes to policy-makers in Brussels and elsewhere in Europe.

Patrick is also President of EURAF, the European Agroforestry Federation; a Trustee and treasurer of the International Union of Agroforestry; a member of the Steering Committee of International Land Lives Peace, a Senior Fellow of the Global Evergreening Alliance and a member of several advisory boards.

May Your Grass Grow Tall and Your Rivers Run Deep!

Adaptive grazing is key to resilience in Zimbabwe and the world should pay attention. This grassland in Matabeleland, about 30…

The Great Agricultural Shift: Is This the End of the Traditional Farm?

Farming’s transformation could be making the way for a revolution in productivity – and rewilding. Around the planet, farmers are…

Agroforestry: The Age-Old Future of Europe’s Agriculture

A history on the forgotten but enduring practice of agroforestry and the role it can play in shaping the future…

The Hidden Art of Agroforestry

Aside from aesthetics, there’s nothing particularly striking about trees on an agricultural landscape – or is there? Senior science policy…