The Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research is an independent entity, which provides a new framework for interaction and collaboration between those working in different areas of agrobiodiversity research and share a common concern to maximize its contribution to human well-being. These include a wide range of stakeholders such as international agencies and institutions, networks, national research centers, universities, civil society organizations, private sector and individuals.
The Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research aims to enhance the sustainable management and use of agrobiodiversity by improving knowledge of all its different aspects. The Platform seeks to promote research and new research partnerships and to synthesize, mobilize and share research findings on the use and management of agrobiodiversity.
The Platform objectives are:
Can agrobiodiversity help in coping with climate change?
Since April 2008, the Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research has been engaged on the project "The use of agrobiodiversity to manage climate change – charting experiences from rural communities and indigenous peoples". Have a look at the flier to have more information on the project or visit the project’s Website.
For more information, visit the Platform's Website.
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