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Food Security

SPREADING THE WORD: Looking for options to reduce methane emissions from paddy rice systems in Colombia

One of the components of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) agriculture initiative is “Reducing methane emissions in paddy rice systems”. The Read more...

Gender in National Adaptation Planning

The Colombian Roundtable on Climate Change, hosted at CIAT, concluded that it is important to include a gender equity focus in climate change policies Read more...

Women as drivers of positive change

On the occasion of International Women Day, CIAT is excited to present a new short animation that sheds light on how climate change is impacting the l Read more...

Planting the Seed of CSA, a pathway for out scaling

The Mount Longonot Reserve, away from hectic Nairobi, disconnected from internet and surrounded by open bush-land, a unusual place for work meetings? Read more...

The Climate and Clean Air Coalition: Investing towards productive and greener rice in Colombia

“We need to assemble a comprehensive program that aims to utilize capacities and resources to motivate the reduction of emissions in every agricultura Read more...

Women on the front line: resource control and the climate battle

Climate change has serious implications for food security. Chaotic weather patterns and more intense droughts or flooding events are impacting food av Read more...

Integrated Decision-Making Tool for Diversified Smallholder Farms

Smallholder farms, all over the world, have diverse activities and a highly variable management capacity. In the last few decades, across Central Amer Read more...

New publication: “Is Inclusive Business for you?”

In mid-July 2014, the Islands of Success to Seas of Change initiative released its second publication, entitled “Is Inclusive Business for You? Managi Read more...

Training Course: Collecting & Long-Term Conservation of Crop Wild Relative Seeds

collecting, protecting and selecting crop wild relatives with the aim of ensuring our major crops can be adapted to grow in our changing climates Read more...

The Return of the State in Agrarian Development and its Contribution to Food Security in Bolivia

  In the 20th century several Latin American countries turned to state control of agricultural production and commercialization to meet domestic deman Read more...

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