Science for scaling
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Forging scaling partnerships in Latin America: Scaling specialists meet to strengthen future collaborations and learn from past experiencesCapacity development
Scaling specialists from around the world met in Texcoco to reflect on their scaling work in Latin America towards sustainable agri-food systems.
Some things have to die for others to live: Why scaling down is just as important as scaling up in the transformation of global food systems
Source: NextBillion (8 Feb 2023)
Efforts to transform global food systems typically focus on introducing/scaling new innovations/programs. Here we argue for more focus on intentionally scaling down unsustainable farming practices.
New research estimates impact of farmer adaptation to climate change on maize, wheat, rice, sorghum and soybean.
New website offers one stop shop for scaling agricultural innovations.
The Scaling Scan is facilitating access to sustainability and growth around the world and across diverse industries.
From silver bullets to transition science in the CGIAR: reflections on the scalingXchange Call to ActionCapacity development
Recent shifts in how scaling is approached have helped alter attitudes toward how change happens, and we are now approaching a tipping point for doing scaling better.
For World Food Day, discover how CIMMYT is improving food security, livelihoods and nutrition in South Asia, with support from ACIAR.
CIMMYT presents data to Tropentag on potential benefits of women participation in household decisions on crop farming and variety selection.
CIMMYT’s Board of Trustees were impressed with MasAgro’s outcomes in Mexico and its potential for replication in Africa.
Source: Face2News (3 Sep 2022)
Opportunities for crop diversification and improved water usage are key topics between Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and CIMMYT Director General Bram Govaerts at a recent meeting in India.
In collaboration with GIZ, CIMMYT’s Scaling Scan is helping Green Innovation Centers in Africa address the sustainability problem.