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A course in Spanish language on pollination and conservation of genetic diversity in Native American fruit crops will be held in Cartagena de las Indias, Colombia from 10-14th of October 2016. The course is organized by the Instituto de Hortofruticultura Subtropical y Mediterránea with headquarters in Málaga, Spain, and aims to facilitate training for both interested […]
Access and benefit sharing of plant genetic resources is a crucial but very complex, political and legalistic matter. Does the formal system work for family farmers? As we see in this special issue of Farming Matters, co-produced with Bioversity International, it poses many challenges. At the same time, farmers around the world are leading successful […]
Title: Pollination Services to Agriculture – Sustaining and enhancing a key ecosystem service Edited by Barbara Gemmill-Herren Co-published with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations “This publication illustrates some of the impressive amount of work that has been carried out focusing on pollinators and pollination in recent years… I would like […]
What: Land and Poverty Conference 2016: Scaling up Responsible Land Governance When: March 14-18 2016 Where: Washington, DC and Live streaming through the Web The next session of the Land and Poverty Conference 2016 started at 8.30 (Washington DC time) on the themes “Community Land Rights and Forests in Latin America: Lessons Learned” and “Role […]
What: The 18th Annual Biodiversity and Economics for Conservation (BIOECON) Conference “Instruments and Incentive Mechanisms for Biodiversity Conservation and Ecosystem Service Provision” When: 14-16 September 2016 Where: Kings College, Cambridge, United Kingdom. BIOECON-18 will be hosted by the London School of Economics (LSE), the Graduate Institute-Geneva (IHEID) and Cambridge University Department of Land Economy (UCAM), […]