Cultivate Diversity! A Handbook on Transdisciplinary Approaches to Agrobiodiversity Research was published in September 2013 and presents theoretical backgrounds, methods and practical approaches for addressing the urgent issue of agrobiodiversity loss in transdisciplinary research projects.
BioDIVA’s briefing notes are regularly published and serve two purposes:
- to conduct outreach and present research results to peers, stakeholders and general public
- to equip stakeholders, especially the research participants in Wayanad, with useable knowledge, to return their input in a condensed and accessible manner.
They are therefore available not only in English but also in the language spoken in Kerala, Malayalam.
BioDIVA regularly organises workshops at national, regional and local level involving various stakeholders.
All workshop reports
Scientific Publications of the project members resulting from the project research work.