We need more magic beans to help us offset the effects of climate change

You may think magic beans belong in fairy tales. But when scientist Daniel Debouck went in search of a mysterious bean variety that was first recorded over 100 years ago, he found just that on the island of Bermuda. Read more in this article by Elwyn Grainger-Jones, Executive Director, CGIAR System Organization. Read the full article at The Telegraph.

Photo credit: Blocks of melting ice outside the Tate Modern in London, an installation by the artist Olafur Eliasson highlighting the effects of climate change CREDIT: DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP