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SUSTAINABILITY 04/11/21 Agrobiodiversity-Oriented Food Systems between Public Policies and Private Action: A Socio-Ecological Model for Sustainable Territorial Development. All articles published by MDPI are made immediately available worldwide under an open access license.

SUSTAINABILITY 04/11/21 Agrobiodiversity-Oriented Food Systems between Public Policies and Private Action: A Socio-Ecological Model for Sustainable Territorial Development

No special permission is required to reuse all or part of the article published by MDPI, including figures and tables. For articles published under an open access Creative Common CC BY license, any part of the article may be reused without permission provided that the original article is clearly cited. Feature Papers represent the most advanced research with significant potential for high impact in the field. Feature Papers are submitted upon individual invitation or recommendation by the scientific editors and undergo peer review prior to publication. The Feature Paper can be either an original research article, a substantial novel research study that often involves several techniques or approaches, or a comprehensive review paper with concise and precise updates on the latest progress in the field that systematically reviews the most exciting advances in scientific literature. SCIENTIFIC ELECTRONIC ARCHIVES 29/05/20 The importance of plant diversity in the ecological management of insects in agroecosystems: a review.


SCIENTIFIC ELECTRONIC ARCHIVES 29/05/20 The importance of plant diversity in the ecological management of insects in agroecosystems: a review

Diversidade no sistema de produção de hortaliças e relação com a redução de agrotóxicos. Horticultura Brasileira, v.28, n.2, (suplemento CD Rom), p. 128-147, 2010. ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION - AOUT 2020 - A real-world implementation of a nationwide, long-term monitoring program to assess the impact of agrochemicals and agricultural practices on biodiversity. MOLECULAR PLANT 19/08/20 Mobilizing Crop Biodiversity. PLOS 06/01/16 Identifying Centres of Plant Biodiversity in South Australia. Abstract We aimed to identify regional centres of plant biodiversity in South Australia, a sub-continental land area of 983,482 km2, by mapping a suite of metrics.

PLOS 06/01/16 Identifying Centres of Plant Biodiversity in South Australia

Broad-brush conservation issues associated with the centres were mapped, specifically climate sensitivity, exposure to habitat fragmentation, introduced species and altered fire regimes. NATURE 19/06/19 National food production stabilized by crop diversity. 1.Rosenzweig, C.

NATURE 19/06/19 National food production stabilized by crop diversity

& Parry, M. L. Potential impact of climate change on world food supply. Nature 367, 133–138 (1994).ADS Article Google Scholar 2.Fraser, E. D. INTERNATIONAL BARCODE OF LIFR 18/12/19 Watered down biodiversity: sample type is critical in environmental DNA studies for biomonitoring. DNA-based biomonitoring relies on species-specific segments of organisms DNA for their taxonomic identification and is rapidly advancing for monitoring invertebrate communities across a variety of ecosystems.

INTERNATIONAL BARCODE OF LIFR 18/12/19 Watered down biodiversity: sample type is critical in environmental DNA studies for biomonitoring

The analytical approaches taken vary from single-species detection to bulk environmental sample analysis, depending largely on the focus of data generation. However, for freshwater systems, there is often a lack of consideration as to the optimal sample type for maximising detection of macroinvertebrates. Ecology, life stage and habitat preference (i.e. benthic or water column) of macroinvertebrates ultimately influences the rate of DNA detection depending on the sampling approach taken. PLOS 12/12/19 Watered-down biodiversity? A comparison of metabarcoding results from DNA extracted from matched water and bulk tissue biomonitoring samples. Abstract Biomonitoring programs have evolved beyond the sole use of morphological identification to determine the composition of invertebrate species assemblages in an array of ecosystems.

PLOS 12/12/19 Watered-down biodiversity? A comparison of metabarcoding results from DNA extracted from matched water and bulk tissue biomonitoring samples

The application of DNA metabarcoding in freshwater systems for assessing benthic invertebrate communities is now being employed to generate biological information for environmental monitoring and assessment. A possible shift from the extraction of DNA from net-collected bulk benthic samples to its extraction directly from water samples for metabarcoding has generated considerable interest based on the assumption that taxon detectability is comparable when using either method. To test this, we studied paired water and benthos samples from a taxon-rich wetland complex, to investigate differences in the detection of arthropod taxa from each sample type. Citation: Hajibabaei M, Porter TM, Robinson CV, Baird DJ, Shokralla S, Wright MTG (2019) Watered-down biodiversity? BRITISHECOLOGICALSOCIETY 19/12/19 Mowing urban lawns less intensely increases biodiversity, saves money and reduces pests.

Researchers from the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivieres have found that reducing the intensity of lawn mowing in urban spaces leads to increased biodiversity, economic savings and reduced presence of allergy-triggering weeds.

BRITISHECOLOGICALSOCIETY 19/12/19 Mowing urban lawns less intensely increases biodiversity, saves money and reduces pests

The results are published in the British Ecological Society journal, Journal of Applied Ecology. The researchers combined data across North America and Europe using a meta-analysis, a way of aggregating results from multiple studies to increase statistical strength. They found strong evidence that increased mowing intensity of urban lawns – which included parks, roundabouts and road verges – had negative ecological effects, particularly on invertebrate and plant diversity. Pest species, on the other hand, benefitted from intense lawn management.

“Even a modest reduction in lawn mowing frequency can bring a host of environmental benefits: increased pollinators, increased plant diversity and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Wwf_org_uk - OCT 2018 - Living Planet Report 2018: Aiming higher. FAO - 2019 - The state of the world's biodiversity for food and agriculture. WIKIPEDIA - Bioversity International. Bioversity International is a global research-for-development organization with a vision – that agricultural biodiversity nourishes people and sustains the planet.

WIKIPEDIA - Bioversity International.

The organization delivers scientific evidence, management practices and policy options to use and safeguard agricultural biodiversity to attain global food and nutrition security, working with partners in low-income countries in different regions where agricultural biodiversity can contribute to improved nutrition, resilience, productivity and climate change adaptation. Bioversity International is a member of the CGIAR, a global research partnership for a food-secure future. The organization is highly decentralized, with about 300 staff working around the world.[2] Its headquarters are in Rome's Maccarese borough, Italy, with regional offices located in Central and South America, West and Central Africa, East and Southern Africa, Central and South Asia, and South-east Asia.

Background[edit] Governance[edit] History[edit] UN_ORG 06/05/19 UN Report: Nature’s Dangerous Decline ‘Unprecedented’; Species Extinction Rates ‘Accelerating’ BIOENGINEER 09/04/19 Plant Diversity Increases Insect Diversity. NATURE 29/03/19 Multiple plant diversity components drive consumer communities across ecosystems. Study sites and experimental design We considered two large-scale and long-term plant diversity experiments representing a forest32 and a grassland ecosystem30, respectively.

NATURE 29/03/19 Multiple plant diversity components drive consumer communities across ecosystems

The BEF-China forest experiment is located close to Xingangshan, Jianxi Province, China (29°08′–29°11′ N, 117°90′–117°93′ E, 100–300 m above sea level) and represents subtropical mixed evergreen broadleaved forest. The mean annual temperature at the study site is 16.7 °C, and mean annual precipitation is 1800 mm (ref. 32). The experiment consists of two study sites (A and B) established in 2009 and 2010, respectively. It comprises 566 study plots of 25.8 × 25.8 m2. Our analyses followed the design for a set of 64 (32 per site, randomly distributed across the sites) very intensively studied plots.

Arthropod sampling and species richness In the grassland system, epigeic arthropods were sampled with pitfall traps. Plant biomass. UNEP - FRONTIERS 2018/19 REPORT - Emerging Issues of Environmental Concern. Au sommaire notamment:Ecological Connectivity: A Bridge to Preserving Biodiversity. THE ROYAL SOCIETY 01/08/16 Biodiversity analysis in the digital era. Sustainability 2019, 11(2), 310; Conciliate Agriculture with Landscape and Biodiversity Conservation: A Role-Playing Game to Explore Trade-Offs among Ecosystem Services through Social Learning. A key challenge in the management of ecosystem services involves weighing up the trade-offs between these ecosystem services and who benefits from them.

Sustainability 2019, 11(2), 310; Conciliate Agriculture with Landscape and Biodiversity Conservation: A Role-Playing Game to Explore Trade-Offs among Ecosystem Services through Social Learning

In mountainous zones, new trade-offs between ecosystem services emerge due to shifts in farming practices and their consequences on the landscapes (land abandonment and intensification), which is a source of debate and controversy between local stakeholders. To help stakeholders tackle the challenge of decision-making around trade-offs, this study tested the use of a role-playing game based on the concept of ecosystem services to facilitate the process through social learning. The game SECOLOZ was designed in cooperation with local stakeholders to explore the impacts of three farming practices (rock removal, ploughing of meadow, and pasturing) on trade-offs among ecosystem services.

The game was played with various local stakeholders in the Mont Lozère, France. PLOS 01/06/18 A methodological approach to identify agro-biodiversity hotspots for priority in situ conservation of plant genetic resources. Abstract Agro-biodiversity is seriously threatened worldwide and strategies to preserve it are dramatically required. We propose here a methodological approach aimed to identify areas with a high level of agro-biodiversity in which to set or enhance in situ conservation of plant genetic resources. These areas are identified using three criteria: Presence of Landrace diversity, Presence of wild species and Agro-ecosystem ecological diversity. NORWEGIAN SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE FOR FOOD SAFETY - 2016 - Assessment of the risks to Norwegian biodiversity from the import and keeping of aquarium and garden pond plants.

GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY 01/02/18 Winners and losers of national and global efforts to reconcile agricultural intensification and biodiversity conservation. European Journal of Agronomy Available online 14 August 2017 Impact of farming systems on agricultural landscapes and biodiversity: From plot to farm and landscape scales.

Ecological Economics Volume 144, February 2018, The Expansion of Modern Agriculture and Global Biodiversity Decline: An Integrated Assessment. Biodiversity Finance Initiative via YOUTUBE 14/11/18 BIOFIN Webinar - Agrobiodiversity: Reducing risks and seizing opportunities - November 2018. IFOAM 06/05/13 Seed legislation must be fit for agro- biodiversity - EU Parliament and Council need to significantly revise draft legislation on seed. J Ethnobiol Ethnomed. 2017; 13: 43. Diversity of use and local knowledge of wild and cultivated plants in the Eastern Cape province, South Africa.

BIOVERSITYINTERNATIONAL - SEPT 2018 - Annual report 2017. Elife. 2018 May 24;7. Increasing plant diversity with border crops reduces insecticide use and increases crop yield in urban agriculture. [Editors’ note: the author responses to the first round of peer review follow.] We thank the editors for their comments and suggestions, which helped us greatly to improve the quality of the manuscript. We have carefully studied the reviews and revised our manuscript accordingly. Reviewer #1: As mentioned at the pre-submission stage, I find this study potentially very relevant and interesting for a broad readership because it shows that farm-level plant diversity may increase crop protection by encouraging predators of pests such that less chemical pest control will be necessary without yield losses.My problems with the full submission remain, namely that the authors do not clearly enough explain the lack of randomization in the 15-year study (was it their choice not to randomize or was it because they met a "natural experiment" that had been started by others with lack of knowledge about statistical design) and use inappropriate, simple statistics.

I nested within farm type i. See above. FOOD & NUTRITION RESEARCH - 2017 - Relationship between agricultural biodiversity and dietary diversity of children aged 6-36 months in rural areas of Northern Ghan. Nutr Rev. 2017 Oct 1;75(10):769-782. Critical review of the emerging research evidence on agricultural biodiversity, diet diversity, and nutritional status in low- and middle-income countries.

Skip to Main Content Sign In Register Advanced Search Online ISSN 1753-4887 Print ISSN 0029-6643 Copyright © 2017 International Life Sciences Institute Connect. Agron. Sustain. Dev. (2015) 35:1217–1235 Using our agrobiodiversity: plant-based solutions to feed the world. SUSTAINABILITY - 2014 - Agricultural biodiversity in Southern Brazil: integrating efforts for conservation and use of Neglected and Underutilized Species. NATURE - 2017 - Agrobiodiversity: The living library.

NATURE 06/04/17 Agrobiodiversity and a sustainable food future. AGRON SUSTAIN DEV - 2015 - Using our agrobiodiversity: plant-based solutions to feed the world. Abstract : AbstractThe growing global demand for food poses a serious challenge to mankind: How can we provide an increasing world population with an adequate, reliable and nutritious food supply? We argue that this can best be achieved through the utilization of biodiversity and the inclusion of marginal arable lands for agricultural production, while maintaining a broad gene pool to secure the potential for future plant production and supporting rural agricultural communities.

We present several specific examples of how an emphasis on agricultural biodiversity can provide the basis for a nutritional, reliable, culinary and sustainable food production, and analyse the advantages, limitations and risks of an increased focus on agrobiodiversity. Cornell University - MAI 2017 - Thèse en ligne : FOOD SOVEREIGNTY, GENDER AND TRANSITIONS IN TRADITIONAL CULINARY KNOWLEDGE IN THE CHINANTLA, OAXACA, MEXICO. Government of South Australia - 2017 - The roles of agricultural biodiversity in the McLaren Vale landscape. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 10/08/17 Farm economic sustainability and agrobiodiversity: identifying viable farming alternatives during the economic crisis in Greece. This study aims to examine the extent to which crop landraces (LRs) can serve as viable alternatives for farming within the ongoing economic crisis, especially for potential young farmers.

A conceptual framework based on farm economic sustainability and the diversification strategies of farm-households is applied to four different LRs. Drawing on original data from field surveys, the economic analysis shows that LRs provide various gains for local communities as well as a series of private benefits for the farmers involved in their cultivation. Many of the examined farms are economically sustainable, even with small farm sizes. The integration of LRs into both domestic and export markets and the embeddedness of LRs’ products into the local culture and diet are two critical prerequisites for their on-farm conservation. The examined LRs are low-labour-input crops, obtaining the necessary labour mainly from family members. BIODIVERSITY 30/08/17 Cultivating biodiversity: a farmers view of the role of diversity in agroecosystems. Sustainable Agriculture Research; Vol.6, No.4;2017 Implications of Seed Policies for On-Farm Agro-Biodiversity in Ethiopia and Uganda.

BIODIVERSITY - 2017 - Agricultural biodiversity is sustained in the framework of food sovereignty. Food Sci Nutr. 2017 Mar; 5(2): 243–254. The relationship between agricultural biodiversity, dietary diversity, household food security, and stunting of children in rural Kenya. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH - OCT 2017 - Intercropping Empower Reduces Insect Pests and Increases Biodiversity in Agro-Ecosystem. DIVERSITY 04/11/17 Towards the Genomic Basis of Local Adaptation in Landraces. BIOVERSITY INTERNATIONA 06/12/16 A measure of diversity from production to diets: The value of an Agrobiodiversity Index. Bioversity International's Director General, Ann Tutwiler, guest-blogs for the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) from the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP13) in Cancun, Mexico and explains the importance of mainstreaming agrobiodiversity in food systems and the rationale behind the Agrobiodiversity Index.

Mainstreaming biodiversity is the theme of the thirteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 13) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), is taking place in Cancun, Mexico, 4-17 December 2016. Mainstreaming biodiversity means that specific components of biodiversity (e.g. genetic/varietal, species, landscape) are integrated into other sectors, such as poverty reduction, climate adaptation, health, agriculture and tourism, for the generation of mutual benefits. Integration usually takes the form of introducing biodiversity into other sectors’ plans, policies and practices.

Biodiversity is key to achieving sustainable food systems. BIOVERSITY INTERNATIONAL 15/12/16 Agrobiodiversity characteristics for multiple benefits in restored agricultural systems. Ecological Engineering Volume 102, May 2017, Agro-biodiversity restoration using wildflowers: What is the appropriate weed management for their long-term sustainability? Annals of Agrarian Science Volume 15, Issue 1, March 2017, Agrobiodiversity and genetic erosion of crop varieties and plant resources in the Central Great Caucasus. <div pearltreesdevid="PTD142" role="alert" class="alert-message-container"><div pearltreesdevid="PTD143" aria-hidden="true" class="alert-message-body"><span pearltreesdevid="PTD144" style="display: inline-block;" class="Icon IconAlert"><svg pearltreesDevId="PTD145" style="width: 100%; height: 100%;" width="24" height="24" focusable="false" tabindex="-1" fill="currentColor"><path pearltreesDevId="PTD146" fill="#f80" d="M11.84 4.63c-.77.05-1.42.6-1.74 1.27-1.95 3.38-3.9 6.75-5.85 10.13-.48.83-.24 1.99.53 1.66.36 2.5.41 3.63 0 7.27.01 10.9-.01 1.13-.07 2.04-1.28 1.76-2.39-.1-.58-.56-1.02-.81-1.55-1.85-3.21-3.69-6.43-5.55-9.64-.42-.52-1.06-.83-1.74-.79z"></path><path pearltreesDevId="PTD147" d="M11 8h2v5h-2zM11 14h2v2h-2z"></path></svg></span><!

Narendra Modi via YOUTUBE 06/11/16 PM Modi inaugurates the 1st International Agro Biodiversity Congress 2016. BIOVERSITY INTERNATIONAL - First-ever International Agrobiodiversity Congress to be held in New Delhi, India from 6-9 November, 2016. 5 November 2015, New Delhi - The International Agrobiodiversity Congress – IAC 2016 – will gather 900 delegates from 60 countries in New Delhi, India, from 6-9 November, 2016. This international Congress will initiate and encourage a dialogue among relevant stakeholders – including farmers – to better understand everyone’s role in agrobiodiversity management and the conservation of genetic resources. BIOVERSITYINTERNATIONAL - 2016 - Mainstreaming Agrobiodiversity in Sustainable Food Systems. Nature 405, 234-242 (11 May 2000) Consequences of changing biodiversity. Creative Education, 2016,7,2141-2150 Responsible Research and Innovation for the Media Facebook: Community Involvement in the Study on Agrobiodiversity.

AGROPOLIS INTERNATIONAL via VIMEO 11/12/12 Questions à Fabrice DeClerc, Agrobiodiversity and Ecosystem Services Program, Bioversity International. Journal of Applied Ecology Volume 50, Issue 2, pages 355–364, April 2013 Food production vs. biodiversity: comparing organic and conventional agriculture. Introduction The global demand for food and farmland is rapidly growing due to a variety of factors including rising human population numbers, increased meat consumption, urbanization, competing land uses for non-food crops and the alteration in the suitability of land to grow crops due to climate change (Tilman et al. 2009; Beddington 2010). While a reduction in food waste, improvements in infrastructure and transport, a change in human diets and expanding aquaculture are important mitigation strategies against increased demand (Godfray et al. 2010), it has been argued that agricultural production has to increase globally to supply the food required for the estimated over nine billion people by 2050 (Foresight 2011; Tilman et al. 2011).

Increasing supply logically has two axes: either via intensification (increasing output over the same area) or via extensification (bringing more land into agricultural production). Science of The Total Environment Volumes 545–546, 1 March 2016, A knowledge-based approach to estimating the magnitude and spatial patterns of potential threats to soil biodiversity. Open Access Highlights. International Journal of Biodiversity Volume 2013 (2013), Decline of Indigenous Crop Diversity in Colonial and Postcolonial Rwanda.

BMC Public Health. 2015; 15: 422. Effects of agricultural biodiversity and seasonal rain on dietary adequacy and household food security in rural areas of Kenya. American-Eurasian J. Agric. & Environ. Sci., 14 (5): 407-420, 2014 Agroecosystems Management and Biodiversity Loss in an Intensification Gradient in Traditional Agriculture in Mexico. CGIAR - 2013 - Using agricultural biodiversity for pest and disease management. PLOS 25/02/14 Infectious Diseases and Their Outbreaks in Asia-Pacific: Biodiversity and Its Regulation Loss Matter. Abstract Despite increasing control measures, numerous parasitic and infectious diseases are emerging, re-emerging or causing recurrent outbreaks particularly in Asia and the Pacific region, a hot spot of both infectious disease emergence and biodiversity at risk.

We investigate how biodiversity affects the distribution of infectious diseases and their outbreaks in this region, taking into account socio-economics (population size, GDP, public health expenditure), geography (latitude and nation size), climate (precipitation, temperature) and biodiversity (bird and mammal species richness, forest cover, mammal and bird species at threat). Citation: Morand S, Jittapalapong S, Suputtamongkol Y, Abdullah MT, Huan TB (2014) Infectious Diseases and Their Outbreaks in Asia-Pacific: Biodiversity and Its Regulation Loss Matter. PLoS ONE 9(2): e90032. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0090032 Editor: Gerardo Chowell, Arizona State University, United States of America Copyright: © 2014 Morand et al. African Journal of Agricultural Research Vol. 7(30), pp. 4187-4197, 7 August, 2012 Addressing the information problem in agriculture via agrobiodiversity: Streamlining the issues, challenges and policy questions.

New Routes 3/2012 farmers’ rights project: furthering agrobiodiversity. 86th Annual Conference of the Agricultural Economics Society, University of Warwick, United Kingdom 16 - 18 April 2012 On the Value of Agricultural Biodiversity. African Journal of Agricultural Research Vol. 6(32), pp. 6622-6634, 26 December, 2011 Perception of utilitarian values of agrobiodiversity by rural farmers in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. PLOS 26/08/15 Crop Species Diversity Changes in the United States: 1978–2012.

Abstract Anecdotal accounts regarding reduced US cropping system diversity have raised concerns about negative impacts of increasingly homogeneous cropping systems. However, formal analyses to document such changes are lacking. Using US Agriculture Census data, which are collected every five years, we quantified crop species diversity from 1978 to 2012, for the contiguous US on a county level basis. We used Shannon diversity indices expressed as effective number of crop species (ENCS) to quantify crop diversity. FASTCODESIGN 11/05/12 Infographic: In 80 Years, We Lost 93% Of Variety In Our Food Seeds.

Seeds are tricky things. On one hand, we have the whole Omnivore’s Dilemma argument, that industrialized and genetically engineered food is probably bad. And on the other, we have strains of vegetables that can grow four times as much produce on the same plot of land as their heirloom counterparts—a successful, man-dictated genetics that we’ve actually been fueling for millennia. Poster paper prepared for presentation at the EAAE 2014 Congress ‘Agri-Food and Rural Innovations for Healthier Societies’ August 26 to 29, 2014 IMPACT OF AGRO-BIODIVERSITY ON FARMERS’ INCOME PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION. Justus-Liebig-University Giessen - 2014 - Agrobiodiversity, Cultural Factors and their Impact on Food and Nutrition Security: VVB LAUFERSWEILER VERLAG édition scientifique - A case-study in the south-east region of the Peruvian Andes.

Indian Journal of Hill Farming 25(2):37-40 DEC 2012 Biodiversity of Agriculturally Important Insects in North Eastern Himalaya: An Overview. Ecology and Society 18(4): 71 2013 Biocultural Refugia: Combating the Erosion of Diversity in Landscapes of Food Production. HINDAWI - 2013 - The Key Role of Cultural Preservation in Maize Diversity Conservation in the Argentine Yungas. Indian Journal of Hill Farming 25(2):37-40 DEC 2012 Biodiversity of Agriculturally Important Insects in North Eastern Himalaya: Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems Volume 37, Issue 9, 2013 Developing an Agricultural Biodiversity Policy for China. Tropentag, September 17-19, 2013, Farmers’ Perceptions of Agrobiodiversity in Western Kenya. BIOVERSITY INTERNATIONAL - 2013 - Harvesting quinoa diversity with Payment for Agrobiodiversity Conservation Services. Environmental Science & Policy Volume 27, March 2013, Pages 223–231 Opportunities and limitations for functional agrobiodivers.

PENNSTATE UNIVERSITY 06/02/13 Preserving biodiversity can be compatible with intensive agriculture. COHAB - 2010 - The importance of biodiversity to human health. ARS USDA 01/03/13 An Interactive Atlas to Preserve Agricultural Biodiversity. DEFRA - OCT 2013 - Genetic biodiversity in agricultural and natural systems: Measurement, understanding and management. Sustainability 2011, 3, 238-253 Agricultural Biodiversity Is Essential for a Sustainable Improvement in Food and Nutrition Secur. PNAS 21/09/12 The compatibility of agricultural intensification in a global hotspot of smallholder agrobiodiversity (Bolivia) FAO 28/04/12 Agricultural Biodiversity to Improve Nutrition Food Security - New Project Supported by Global Environmental Facili. Environmental Science & Policy Volume 23, November 2012, Biodiversity and agriculture: Production frontiers as a framework for e.

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment Volume 157, 15 August 2012, Introduction to special issue on agricultural biodiversity, ec. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment Volume 157, 15 August 2012, The status of agrobiodiversity management and conservation in. Report of the Thika Meeting, 10 – 12 October 2011 Finding and Filling the Knowledge Gaps on Agricultural Biodiversity and Smallh. NEW AGRICULTURIST - JANV 2012 - Realising the benefits of enhanced agrobiodiversity. FARMERS'FORUM - INDIA'S AGRICULTURE MAGAZINE 26/01/12 Agro-Biodiversity For Food Security. AGROFORESTRY WORLD 21/09/12 How policies and laws influence agrobiodiversity. Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research  Bioversity International - Agrobiodiversity Conservation and Use in Asia, Pacific and Oceania region.