Asia’s unique forest genetic resources supported in new APFORGEN strategy

In light of tomorrow's Global Landscapes Forum and Lima's climate talks, the Asia Pacific Forest Genetic Resources Programme (APFORGEN) has launched...

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Malaysia food dish. Credit: Bioversity International

Why biodiversity matters for food and nutrition security

M. Ann Tutwiler's latest blog is on the role that agricultural biodiversity can play in reducing malnutrition. Ann is taking part in an expert panel...

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Photo by CIFOR/M.Simola

Restoration of native species highlighted at the 2014 Global Landscapes Forum

On 6 December, Bioversity International researcher Evert Thomas and Regional Director for the Americas, Marleni Ramirez, will join research partners...

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Focus group discussion in Fiji. Credit: Bioversity International/D.Mijatovic

How to frame your policy problem

An expert workshop held at Bioversity International's headquarters in Rome earlier this month shares some tips on how to frame your policy problem and...

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Toolkit for Indicators of Resilience

A new toolkit to measure resilience is now available

Today at the IUCN World Parks Congress in Sydney, Australia, Bioversity International is launching a toolkit in partnership with the Satoyama...

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A farmer harvests wheat on Miet Radie farm at El-Kalubia governorate, about 60km (37 miles) northeast of Cairo. Credit: Reuters

How the middle east can help feed the world - Ann Tutwiler and Marie Haga share their perspectives

Bioversity International's Director General Ann Tutwiler and Global Crop Diversity Trust's Executive Director Marie Haga share their perspectives in a...

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Farmers part of the 'Seeds for Needs' project evaluate varieties of durum wheat. Credit: Bioversity International/C.Fadda

Bioversity International's scientific facts and blogs reap awards in CGIAR Development Dialogues competitions

We would like to congratulate Carlo Fadda, Theme leader, Productive Agricultural Ecosystems, Bioversity International, for receiving the highest jury...

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More than 600 varieties of apples that grow in the Province of Turin, Italy, displayed at Terra Madre 2014. Photo from the Slow Food archive.

Celebrating food diversity at Terra Madre

Bioversity International research fellow Gennifer Meldrum reports from the Terra Madre - Salone Internazionale del Gusto held in Turin, Italy from 23...

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Restoration after gold mining, Colombia. Credit: Bioversity International/C. Alcazar Caicedo

Global environment leaders’ decision calls for attention to genetic diversity in ecosystem restoration

Bioversity International successfully encourages consideration of quality in ecosystem restoration at the CBD COP12 held in Korea earlier this month.

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Rainforest Alliance certified coffee farm in Costa Rica. Credit: Bioversity International/C.Zanzanaini

The incompatibility of ecosystem-based agriculture with business thinking

A peek into the discussions about working with the private sector and ecosystem-based approaches to agriculture, from the 7th Annual Ecosystem...

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