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By: Dominic Glover, James Sumberg, Giel Ton, Jens Andersson and Lone Badstue

The concept of technology adoption (along with its companions, diffusion and scaling) is commonly used to design development interventions, to frame impact evaluations and to inform decision-making about new investments in development-oriented agricul

By: Rebelo, L.-M., Finlayson, C.M., Strauch, A., Rosenqvist, A., Perennou, C., Tøttrup, C., Hilarides, L., Paganini, M., Wielaard, N., Siegert, F., Ballhorn, U., Navratil, P., Franke, J. & Davidson, N

The use of Earth Observation (EO) provides Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands with new approaches to ensure the wise use and conservation of wetlands at the national and global levels. EO has many applications including the inventory, assessment and monitoring of wetlands.

By: Vitón, Roberto; Castillo, Ana; Lopes Teixeira, Tomas

This publication continues the efforts of the IADB Group to deepen the knowledge about what is happening around the entrepreneurial world in Agtech in Latin America and the Caribbean.

By: Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y Agricultura (FAO)

The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture presents the first global assessment of biodiversity for food and agriculture worldwide.

By: Dr. Jose María García Alvarez Coque, Eugenia Saini, Esther Esteban Rodrigo, José Luis Alonso Prados, Rocío Lansac Martín, FONTAGRO

This publication is the result of teamwork formed by the Universitat Politècnica de València, the Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaria (INIA) of Spain and the Technical Administrative Secretariat (STA) of FONTAGRO. It contains an in-depth analysis by Dr.

By: Marcelo A. Aizen, Sebastián Aguiar, Jacobus C. Biesmeijer, Lucas A. Garibaldi, David W. Inouye, Chuleui Jung, Dino J. Martins, Rodrigo Medel, Carolina L. Morales, Hien Ngo, Anton Pauw, Robert J. Paxton, Agustín Sáez, Colleen L. Seymour

The global increase in the proportion of land cultivated with pollinator‐dependent crops implies increased reliance on pollination services. Yet agricultural practices themselves can profoundly affect pollinator supply and pollination.