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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...

Are Latin America’s Protected Areas Effective at Conserving Nature?

Using six years of biweekly remote-sensing data from Terra-i, a Nature Conservancy team and partners recently measured the land and forest degradation Read more...

Costco presents lessons learned with CIAT at the World Bank

Costco: Investing in Sustainable Agriculture Partnership for Better Human Development Outcomes Ms. Sheri Flies, who won the James Beard Award (the equ Read more...

New crop wild relatives atlas available

Last week, the Atlas of Guatemalan crop wild relatives was officially presented at the “VIII Simposio Internacional de Recursos Genéticos para A Read more...

Impacts of climate change on supply chains in Guatemala, Bogota and Jamaica

Climate change is expected to have varied impacts on the livelihoods of small-scale farmers around the world. Whether these changes will have negative Read more...

Invisible Liabilities… how do we understand constraints in agrarian communities?

A few weeks ago I posted on invisible assets and the need to put a price tag on environmental resources.   Farmers, in particular, often feel the pinc Read more...

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