Statistics suggest that roughly the same amount of food is wasted in developed and developing countries. But in the latter, the loss occurs at post-harvest and processing levels, whereas in industrialised countries it happens at retail and consumer lev…
As countries ponder incentives to slow the degradation of their tropical forests, a huge, unanswered question looms: What exactly is a degraded forest?
Pierre Pradal will join CGIAR full-time on January 2, 2014
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An integrated approach to land management that ensures sustainable policies could help agriculture-dependent West Africa cope with the looming effects of climate change, a panel of experts proposed.
Cassava starch processing near Hanoi, Vietnam. Site selection is underway as the Roots, Tubers and Bananas (RTB) Postharvest Processing project on adding value under the RTB CRP gets started. Entitled “Driving livelihood improvements through demand-o…
Ask Gebremedhin Woldegiorgis, leader of the Potato Team at the Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR), what he is most proud of professionally, and he won’t hesitate for a second before responding, “The transfer of technology t…
The following document summarizes the minimum information required to obtain the parameters for a simpliﬁed potential growth model. The experiments developed for this purpose should be conducted under optimal conditions. The guide includes general re…
Improving the resilience of vulnerable communities to economic and climatic variations.