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The International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture has launched a new website that offers a single one-stop-access point to plant genetic resources information by listing meeting documents, publications, projects, news, videos, funding information and technical support...
The Secretariat of the International Treaty briefed twenty genebank managers of institutions that are signatories of agreements with the Governing Body under Article 15 of the International Treaty on relevant policy and legal matters on the occasion of a coordination...
Rome – Traditional food crops and other plant varieties worldwide are in urgent need of protection from climate change and other environmental stresses, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said today, as it observed the tenth anniversary of the...
Rome/New York - Ministers of Agriculture, Environment and Foreign Affairs and well as senior intergovernmental officials from more than 30 countries will discuss tomorrow the close linkages between the Nagoya Protocol and the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources during...
Bioversity International has just announced the Vavilov-Frankel Fellowships 2012 to carry out research, from 3 to 12 months, on a wide range of biophysical, economic and social themes related to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources in developing...

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