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Bioversity International Newsletter, December, 2015

DG Dialogues: Seeds without borders

This month, as the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties opens in Paris, M. Ann Tutwiler explains why 11 African countries recently got together to exchange and use plant genetic resources to adapt to climate change.

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Latest in research: Digital map of Barotse speaks both the language of scientists and farmers

A new digital map of the dynamic Barotse, Zambia integrates local and scientific knowledge and facilitates an exploration of the 'win-win' situations for a sustained and diversified provision of food production, nutrition and habitat for wildlife.

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Reporting from an event: A taste from the Cocoa of Excellence Programme and the Salon du Chocolat in Paris

On the sidelines of the Paris Salon du Chocolat event, Bioversity International co-established International Cocoa Awards went to 17 cocoa producers from Africa, Asia and Pacific, the Caribbean and Central America and South America.

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Latest in research: Women and men in tropical dry forests

In their new paper 'Women and men in tropical dry forests: a preliminary review', Colfer, Elias and Jamnadass put the spotlight on several phenomena of significance from a gender perspective in dry forests.

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Upcoming event: Global Landscapes Forum

Thousands of international participants will flock to Paris, France to the most influential event outside the UNFCCC COP: the Global Landscapes Forum. Join Bioversity International's nutrition, forestry and gender specialists at a series of side events.

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