Contrast of barren landscape and fruit tree orchard in Kyrgyzstan. Credit:Bioversity International/P.Quek

Fruit trees key to restoring degraded land in Central Asia

Bioversity researchers are working with national partners to restore degraded lands in Central Asia with native fruit tree species. Learn more in this...

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Rice terraces in Nepal landscape. Credit: Bioversity International/J.Zucker

A snapshot of integrated landscape management in Asia

What works in integrated landscape management and what doesn’t? Bioversity researcher Chandni Singh gives us a snapshot from 166 landscape initiatives...

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Landscape in Mbeya, Tanzania. Credit: A.Hart

Book launch – Climate Smart Landscapes: Multifunctionality in Practice 

Read Chapter 7 on integrated landscape initiatives in Africa and Latin America in the book – Climate Smart Landscapes: Multifunctionality in Practice,...

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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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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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Deep Roots publication cover - International Year of Family Farming

Open access publication on family farming now online

Director General M. Ann Tutwiler and Bioversity International scientist Pablo Eyzaguirre are among the contributors to this 300-page, illustrated book...

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Participatory mapping with communities in Zambia. Credit: Wageningen University/T.del Rio

Gender affects how landscapes are used for nutrition

Bioversity International scientist Natalia Estrada-Carmona writes about her work in the Barotse floodplain in Zambia, investigating how men and women...

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Multifunctional landscape in Northwest Vietnam. Credit: Bioversity International/L.Sebastian

Launching the Ecosystem Services and Resilience Framework

Led by Bioversity International scientists and a group of experts, the Ecosystem Services and Resilience Framework will guide all activities of the...

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Co-management meeting in Mongolia. Credit: Bioversity International/R.Vernooy

Co-management: overcoming the tragedy of the commons

Bioversity International scientist Ronnie Vernooy writes about the co-management of pastoral lands in Mongolia, as a guest author on the Agriculture...

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Handful of potatoes from Karwe Village (Makengi) in Kenya. Credit: P. Casier

M. Ann Tutwiler writes about cultivating a healthy food system for Devex

In light of tomorrow’s upcoming CGIAR Development Dialogues event, M. Ann Tutwiler writes for Devex about taking a fresh look at complex global...

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