“Supporting Agrobiodiversity Maintenance and Use in the Context of Land Management Decisions” is a PAR research project in eight biocultural landscapes around the world. The objectives of the project are to:
1. investigate the relation between land use changes and the maintenance and use of agrobiodiversity
2. develop a framework that could support the inclusion of agrobiodiversity in land management decisions by communities and
3. build the evidence base for land-use strategies that favor the maintenance and use of agrobiodiversity
The project brings together young researchers from a number of partner organizations who work in a collaborative and interdisciplinary team:
To know more about the project and the biocultural landscapes where it is taking place, read the poster “Landscapes for Agrobiodiversity: Agrobiodiversity perspectives in land-use decisions”.