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View a selection of videos about how agricultural and tree biodiversity is benefitting smallholder farmers and rural communities living in poverty around the world here

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Browse images showing the people and crops we work with every day around the world here


A selection of presentations about our research on agricultural and tree biodiversity here


Browse infographics based on our research portfolio here

Double burden of malnutrition

An estimated 805 million people suffer from insecure food supplies, poor access to foods, and nutritionally inadequate diets. We investigate how agricultural and tree biodiversity can be used to tackle this double burden on nutrition.

Agricultural biodiversity: key for a resilient family farm

Agricultural and tree biodiversity play an essential role in achieving a more nutritious, productive and adaptable food and agricultural system.
Learn more in this Bioversity International infographic.

The importance of crop wild relatives

Since the beginnings of agriculture, crop wild relatives have been used to improve the yields and nutritional quality of crops. Many are now at risk of extinction. Find out more in this infographic by Bioversity International.

What is agricultural biodiversity?

Agricultural biodiversity is the foundation of agriculture. But what is it exactly? Find out the the very basics of agricultural biodiversity and some examples of how people interact with and create diversity in this infographic by Bioversity International.

Spatiotemporal Lags of Ecosystem Services

Some ecosystem services are produced and used by people locally, others require long periods of time and larger areas before they benefit human beings. Why is this important for policymakers? Find out more in this infographic.

Ecosystem services and resilience

How can ecosystem services contribute to agricultural productivity and vice versa? Find out in this infographic by Bioversity International and the CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land & Ecosystems.