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The special edition World Food Day newsletter highlights how both countries and farmers are responding to climate change by making more effective use of agricultural diversity in their farming systems.
Focus on efforts to save the Pacific's coconuts and safeguard biodiversity in China take the stage while in South America and Africa, new technology is addressing the weather data paradox.
Special International Day for Biological Diversity edition: May's newsletter celebrates agricultural and tree biodiversity and launches the 2015 Annual Report, a brand new video about the International Transit Centre and features our Director General in the World Bank Governance for Development Blog.
This newsletter features Ann Tutwiler's report from the Global Crop Diversity Trust Pledging Conference, a Süddeutsche Zeitung mention of our Seeds for Needs work in Ethiopia and lots more.
Focus on new Gender and Social Inclusion Strategy, the new Access to Seeds Index, a study on why Ethiopian wheat offers a unique source of diversity for weathering climate change, and our readers had the opportunity to download a free book on community seedbanks.
This month's newsletter highlighted the benefits of vitamin A bananas, the Seed Resource Box, a farmer-appreciated method for dealing with Xanthomonas wilt and the importance of tree genetic diversity in forest restoration.
November and December were busy months for Bioversity International. Our policy experts joined 11 African country teams in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to find ways to work together to implement the Plant Treaty and the Nagoya Protocol to conserve and exchange plant genetic resources with each other and with the rest of the world, and share related benefits. Bioversity International's nutrition, forestry and gender specialists prepared for the most influential event outside the UNFCCC COP: the Global Landscapes Forum.
We dedicated a video to the women we met at the 'Agricultural biodiversity, value chains and women's empowerment' event and said goodbye to a fruitful Expo Milano 2015. Our forest genetic resources specialists surveyed restoration practitioners around the world and landscape specialists attended the Ecosystem Services Partnership conference.
We invited women from four corners of the globe to share stories of food and empowerment at a special event on the side-lines of Expo Milano 2015 and underlined the importance of agricultural and tree biodiversity for sustainable development.
Matching seeds to needs in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquakes, the contribution of crop wild relatives to sustainable and resilient agriculture in the face of climate change and why gender-responsive participatory research is the way to go.
A look at bananas and climate change, the CBD and WHO launch the State of Knowledge on biodiversity and human health, and a toolkit to measure climate change vulnerability.
A special International Day for Biological Diversity newsletter with a guest blog from CBD's Braulio Ferreira de Souza Dias, the launch of a photo contest and a new infographic explaining agricultural biodiversity.
A living laboratory for rare fruit trees, roots, tubers and medicinal plants in Bangalore, biodiversity bugs pests in Uganda, treating drought like other natural disasters in Guatemala and why protected areas are more than just a safe haven for pandas.
Ann Tutwiler visits Nigeria and calls for increased integration of biodiversity in farming systems, the Japanese market welcomes a sweeter and more resistant banana into its markets, Gennifer Meldrum reports from India and says that we have to keep up the momentum of the millet revolution
Bioversity International scientist talks about the sustainability of gluten-free foods, the FAO Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture releases two new guidelines that integrate agricultural biodiversity into regional and national action plans.
Why agricultural biodiversity matters for food and nutrition security, a 5–year agreement to boost sustainable food systems in Brazil and tapping into Congo Basin's forest foods for increased nutrition security.
Bioversity International celebrates World Food Day and shares updates from the Convention on Biological Diversity COP12.
Bioversity International's researchers report from Vietnam and Burkina Faso, and gear up for the CGIAR Development Dialogues and IUFRO Congress 2014.
Bioversity International featured in Nature, National Geographic and Rural 21
40th anniversary of Bioversity International and the 2013 Annual Report
Celebrating the International Day for Biological Diversity
The IPCC climate change report and the International Day of Forests
Biodiversity for smallholders and 'Gender at the centre of our research'
Director General writes for Farming First
Diversifying Foods and Diets