Linking gender and forestry research

What does gender have to do with research on forest genetic resources? That was the question 22 social and biophysical scientists discussed in...

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Farmer strategies to adapt to climate change in Colombia

How will rural communities adapt to climate change? Bioversity International and partners are working with communities in Colombia to assess their...

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Estrategias de los agricultores para adaptarse al cambio climático en Colombia

¿Cómo se adaptan las comunidades rurales al cambio climático? Bioversity International y sus socios están trabajando con las comunidades en Colombia...

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Comunidades en Guatemala guardan la diversidad del maíz

La región de Huehuetenango, en las tierras altas de los Cuchumatanes al occidente de Guatemala, es un importante centro de diversificación del maíz.

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Communities saving maize diversity in Guatemala

The Huehuetenango region, in the Cuchumatanes highlands of Western Guatemala, is an important centre of diversification for maize.

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Bioversity International’s gender agenda gains momentum

Today, as we celebrate International Women's Day, it’s a good time to recognize the urgent need to better understand how gender plays out in...

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Isabel López-Noriega at work. Credit: CIAT/N.Palmer

Reporting from the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

Isabel López-Noriega, a Legal Specialist at Bioversity International, reflects on the first meeting of the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity...

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Maarten van Zonneveld, Associate Scientist in diversity analysis for conservation and use, based in Bioversity International's Colombia office.

How studying peach palm in tropical Latin America can help us understand the potential of diversity.

A new open access research paper looks at peach palm in tropical Latin America and its implications for biodiversity conservation, natural resource...

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