This book presents theoretical backgrounds, methods and practical approaches for addressing the urgent issue of agrobiodiversity loss through transdisciplinary research. In short, transdisciplinary research aims at solving problems of societal relevance and does so by actively involving non-academic stakeholders into the research process.
The handbook focuses on the process of generating transformation knowledge for agrobiodiversity management and use. It is written from a science perspective targeting an audience of scientists in international and national research institutions, as well as practitioners and students. It summarizes contributions of researchers and practitioners, based on experiences from India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Chile, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Mali, and Germany.
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