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Decision and Policy Analysis Research Area – DAPA

Caitlin Peterson

Arabica’s magic skin

Like the mysterious magic skin in the 19th century novel by French author Balzac, the area suitable for growing Arabica coffee in Mesoamerica is shrin Read more...

La piel de zapa de arábica

Al igual que la piel de zapa en la novela de 1831 del escritor francés Honoré de Balzac, el área cafetera en Centroamérica se encoge a medida que las Read more...

Can Colombia lead the way to the agriculture of the future?

Climate change adaptation is a big concept, one that doesn’t get any simpler when applied to agriculture. The sector is affected by a range of factors Read more...

Adapting agriculture to changing landscapes (and climates)

The role of agriculture has been the subject of serious debate at each of the last global climate change conferences. The most recent event, held in P Read more...

Terra-i: No stranger to controversy

Two things tend to happen when people get their hands on a new tool that is fundamentally helpful. First, they discover more uses for it than anyone c Read more...

Hot out of the oven! Fresh data from CCAFS-Climate

If you were wondering what that delicious smell is coming from the CCAFS kitchen, it’s probably the climate data we just pulled out of the oven. The C Read more...

Vacancy: Science Communications Intern

THIS CALL IS NOW CLOSED. Seeking a young scientist with a flair for storytelling to work with the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agricultur Read more...

Bridging climate forecasts with farmer realities: The story of Seck and Ousmane

Providing timely and relevant seasonal forecasts to farmers in a region where misinformation could mean the difference between a good year and a catas Read more...

Cuando Colombia conoció a Senegal: Una fotohistoria

La “chiva” se conoce en Colombia como símbolo nacional, y en el pasado era el modo principal en que los agricultores Colombianos llevaban sus producto Read more...

When Colombia met Senegal: A photostory

The “chiva” bus is something of a national symbol for Colombia, and was in the past the main way that Colombian farmers transported their goods to mar Read more...

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