Sustainable use of agricultural biodiversity can improve people’s well-being and food and nutrition security. This series of books aims to review the current state of knowledge on agricultural biodiversity, identify gaps, synthesize lessons learned and propose future research and development actions. Issues range from conservation biology of genetic resources through social sciences to policy and legal aspects.
The books are of interest to anyone working in biodiversity research, education, communication, information management and knowledge sharing. This series is published by Earthscan/Routledge in association with Bioversity International and all the books are available to download free from the Bioversity International website nine months after publication.