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Decision and Policy Analysis Research Area – DAPA

Colin Khoury

Getting ahead of the trends in global diets

DAPA has prepared a new policy brief examining the implications for CGIAR research of recent research findings about the changing composition of globa Read more...

Crop wild relatives – creating guides for seed collectors

Laura Jennings Collecting Guide Complier for the Crop Wild Relative (CWR) project describes how collecting guides produced by Kew help make seed-colle Read more...

CWR Inventory for the US wins Crop Science award

"Outstanding Paper on Plant Genetic Resources in 2014" by the Division C-8 Plant Genetic Resources of the Crop Science Society of America Read more...

Capacity Building of Collecting and Long-Term Conservation of Crop Wild Relative Seeds: The Uganda Training Course 2014

Following on from a successful training course in Vietnam, the CWR project ran a training course in Kampala, Uganda from 11-15 August 2014, in collabo 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...

Vacancy- Systems Engineer- cwrdiversity.org

We are looking for a Systems Engineer to join our CWR team (www.cwrdiversity.org) Read more...

Will the pursuit of food security weaken the resilience of global food systems?

What is the impact of the increasing standardisation of our global food supplies on the resilience of our food systems? Read more...

Seed Drying for the Successful Long-term Storage of Crop Wild Relatives

There are two crucial components to successful seed storage: drying and freezing. If you want to store seeds and delay their germination, you need to Read more...

DAPA researchers on the hunt for valuable wild plants

DAPA staff had organized themselves into small groups, and were running across the CIAT campus in search of botanical treasure. In a mixture of sweat, Read more...

We’re becoming more similar: trends in global diet and the consequences for food production and health

Diets worldwide have become much more similar in composition over the past five decades, relying increasingly on a limited set of major crops for the Read more...

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