Dr. Carlo Fadda reports from Ethiopia on the day-to-day challenges facing farmers and using durum wheat diversity to adapt to climate change. Then Ann Tutwiler is interviewed on why agricultural biodiversity matters as part of their Global Perspectives Series.
Earlier this fall, International Workshop on Community Seedbanks attracted a truly international and diverse crowd: almost 100 farmers, experts,...
Scientists have partnered with traditional farmers to demonstrate, for the first time, how indigenous knowledge may drive future breeding.
Bioversity International’s policy scientist Ronnie Vernooy explains to Degrees of Latitude why community seedbanks are important for farming systems’...
As the world moves towards large-scale plantation agriculture, it's crucial poor countries protect small farmers to meet the food needs of a growing...
To guarantee productive, profitable farms today and tomorrow, we need agrobiodiversity at the
ecosystem, agronomic and genomic level to work together,...
Compiling gender-inclusive data could help scientists understand how to help improve nitrogen fertilizer application practices among smallholder...
KU Leuven, Belgium – The world’s largest banana genebank managed by Bioversity International, celebrated today its 30th anniversary with an event...
Bioversity International's Director General, Ann Tutwiler, guest-blogs for the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) from the...
On 26 July 2017, Bioversity International launched its flagship publication Mainstreaming Agrobiodiversity in Sustainable Food Systems: Foundations for a Scientific Index. The book received international media attention - a summary of which is listed below.
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