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  • Revamped ‘PARKS: The International Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation’ launched

    A revamped ‘PARKS: The International Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation’ was officially launched at the World Conservation Congress. PARKS...

  • CWR and protected areas in new issue of PARKS

    Why conserving CWR in protected areas is not an easy task

  • CWR workshop at IUCN World Conservation Congress, Jeju, Korea, 8 Sept 2012

    The IUCN World Conservation Congress (6-15 Sept 2012 in Jeju, Korea) will host a CWR workshop entitled Managing Wild Species and Systems for Food...

  • New website launched on CWR and climate change

    A new website on CWR and climate change was recently launched by the Global Crop Diversity Trust in association with the Millennium Seed Bank of the...

  • CWR inventory in Venezuela

    Carla Berlingeri from the Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrıccolas (INIA), Venezuela and Manuel Crespo from CIBIO (Instituto de la...

  • Live chat 27 March 2012: Agricultural biodiversity and our planet

    Planet Under Pressure takes place this week – a major event focusing on solutions to the global sustainability challenge, leading up to Rio+20 in June...

  • PGR Secure - working on CWR conservation at European level

    PGR Secure is an EU-funded project on “Novel characterization of crop wild relative and landrace resources as a basis for improved crop breeding”. The...

  • Guatemalan Atlas of Crop Wild Relatives hot off the press

    Atlas of Guatemalan Crop Wild Relatives hot off the press
    The Atlas of Guatemalan Crop Wild Relatives, a new web tool designed to facilitate the...

  • UNEP GEF Crop Wild Relatives Project makes it to the top 20

    The UNEP GEF Crop Wild Relatives project was selected by UNEP as one of the top 20 projects to showcase 20 Historic Years of Environmental Finance....

  • Crop Wild Relatives Manual now in French

    The Crop Wild Relatives Manual has been translated into French to better assist francophone countries in tackling the challenge of adequately...