The 3rd International Conference on: Neglected and Underutilized Species (NUS) took place in Accra, Ghana, from 25-27 September 2013. Very impressive program, the book of abstract and highlights available on nus2013.org. Share your stories about NUS in New Agriculturist.
A tool to help farmers, land managers and policymakers understand soil’s diversity and importance
Written from a science perspective, this handbook targets an audience of scientists in international and national institutions working in the area of agrobiodiversity research and teaching, as well as students and development practitioners involved in transdisciplinary research projects.
Climate change is affecting agriculture already in a measurable degree and has serious consequences for global food security and poverty. The roughly 300 million poor people who directly depend on rainfed agriculture for their livelihood are especially vulnerable to climate change. Bioversity International develops new knowledge to face this problem. Click here to find out […]