eNews 01.2021

  • De-Domestication: Back to Nature?
  • Crop Wild Relatives: Global Standard for Data Exchange
  • Uniqueness of the "Balusha" sheep genetically proven
  • International Year of Fruits and Vergetables
  • The Kecskemét Sheep
  • What Should Farmers’ Rights Look Like? The Possible Substance of a Right
  • European Genetic Resources Strategy
  • News from DAGENE
  • Frutti dimenticati e biodiversità recuperata
  • Restoring cultivated agrobiodiversity in France
  • The future of a sustainable sheep and goat breeding
  • Plant Genetic Resources
  • Last but not Least: Lanzarote Vineyards

eNews 04.2020

  • The Cross with the Donkeys
  • Gene refreshment for hybrid varieties of Maize
  • Inforama Wild Fruit
  • National versus Local: Fruit Exhibitions 2020 in Belgium
  • To bulid and to run Community Seed Banks (CSBs)
  • Greek Livestock Breeds – an hidden Treasuret
  • Payment into the Benefit Sharing Fund
  • Ex situ gene banks and profitability for ANGR
  • Grain: Comic strip edition on Factory Farming
  • Melons in the Arctic
  • Seeds 4 All starts a new Web-Platform
  • Petition against patent monopolies on seeds
  • The Quest to conserve Rare Breeds
  • Ananas form the Lost Gardens of Heligan

eNews 03.2020

  • Archaeology meets agrobiodiversity: Valle dei Templi di Agrigento
  • Conservation by eating Principle of contradiction for consumers
  • Shoot testing of apple varieties for fire blight susceptibility
  • ABS regulations in Practice
  • Suffolk Punch: Science meets Conservation
  • The 100 – Year – Experiment
  • European Green Deal Call
  • Efficiency of a Network for Securing and Access to in situ LR Diversity
  • First Open-Source-Test for a gene-edited GM crop
  • Smaller, greener, healthier? – Livestock farming in Europe
  • Edinburgh Declaration agreed Calls for global biodiversity action at all levels
  • Migration, Agriculture and Rural Develpoment
  • The Dog in the Hamster Wheel

eNews 02.2020

  • How Livestock Breeds serve Ecosystems
  • Diversity of an Ancient Culture: Olive
  • EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 – to be too good to be true?
  • The Global Crop Diversity Trust joins Forces with the Global Landscapes Forum
  • Manure for the Vegetable Garden
  • SAVE Meeting 2020 postponed; Video Conference planned
  • 71st Annual Meeting of European Federation of Animal Science
  • FIBL Europe with new Presidium
  • Landraces Journal
  • Genetic Resources Journal
  • Redesigning the Global Seed Commons
  • Dynamic Conservation and Utilization of Forest Tree Genetic Resources
  • The Drunken Botanist
  • Planting Hope - A fled Syrian Scientist is breeding Virus-Resistant Beans

eNews 01.2020

  • Access to seeds: How free should it be?
  • About the Chicken and the Egg: Proveis Ultentaler
  • Proveis-Ultentaler: Customs and Traditions
  • Horizon 2020 project IMAGE - Conservation and Support of Animal Genetic Resources
  • The potato of the native Americans as an integral part of a National Monument
  • Genetic Test to include Animals in the Herd Book
  • MoU signed between Global Crop Diversity Trust and ECPGR
  • Droimeann Cattle Breed recognised as a Native Rare Irish Breed
  • CAP Scientist Position Paper
  • Save the Date – SAVE Meeting 2020
  • DYNAVERSITY – towards European Policy Makers
  • Atlante delle Razze Autoctone. Bovini, Equini, Ovicaprini, Suini allevati in Italia
  • DAGENE Conference 2020
  • Greek rare Breeds as Art Objects
  • Achieving Sustainable Urban Agriculture
  • Rural Europe on the move
  • Longer shelf life for Fruits and Vegetables thanks to edible Coating

eNews 04.2019

  • Wool of rare sheep breeds: (no) waste product!
  • GenRes Bridge
  • No Green Business as usual
  • Fruits make fun and friends
  • SZH and PSR Websites: stage to the rare breed and seed holders
  • Dynaversity makes Diversity visible
  • International Treaty on PGRFA
  • Agrobiodiversity; Integrating Knowledge for a Sustainable Future
  • Rare traditional Varieties On-Farm
  • New studies on the role of mobile pastoralism in conservation
  • ERFP: Guidelines of Material Acquisition Agreement (MAA)- and Material Transfer Agreement (MTA)
  • Sheep Hero
  • Last but not least: Double yolk eggs: A sign of good luck

eNews 03.2019

  • Expo, Ecology and Value Creation: The SAVE Annual Meeting 2019
  • 4. IMAGE Dialogue Forum: ABS
  • „Giant Saber“ in the Organic Supermarket: From the Rediscovery of forgotten Vegetables
  • 2020: International Year of Plant Health (IYPH)
  • Goats as firefighters?
  • Climate-Resilient Potato Varieties
  • Anarchy or Establishment
  • Criteria for selection of accessions for Core Collections
  • Exemptions from swine fever?
  • Traditional grazing systems in the Venetian Alps
  • Crispr / Cas becomes a multi-"gene scissors"

eNews 02.2019

  • Feral Goat populations on the Atlantic Islands: The Case of Deserta Grande Goats
  • IPBES global assessment report on biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • CAP for small scale Farmers?
  • Dynaversity
  • Donkeys ñMission in Nature Protection
  • Belgium in August: Focus on Conservation
  • EU budget – Call for citizen messages
  • Sowing Seeds of Change
  • Europom 2019
  • Agrobiodiversity Index Report 2019: risk and resilience
  • Global relationships between biodiversity and nature-based tourism in protected areas
  • The most expensive Potato of the world

eNews 01.2019

  • Persecuted, ostracized and yet loved - The Deserta Grqande Goat
  • Scrapie resistance in the native Hungarian Cikta sheep
  • Global seed companies and the pragmatic agrobiodiverse portfolio
  • Kosovo Sheep: Rescue the last Remnants
  • Cherni Vit Green Cheese - nearly extinct
  • SAVE Meeting 2019: Experience Diversity!
  • New Bioversity Internationalís Director General
  • Different Mineral Concentration in Historic Tomatoes
  • New CEO at RBST in the UK
  • State of the Worldís Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture
  • Crossing Boundaries: Legal and policy arrangements for cross-border pastoralism
  • Last but not Least: Stop sponsoring the EU Presidency

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