Crop Trust leadership visits CIMMYT
Securing biological diversity is a key mission for both organizations.
CIMMYT at AIM for Climate Summit
CIMMYT participates in Climate Summit with an eye towards accelerating innovations.
Startups, nonprofits race to unlock Africa’s agricultural potential as millions face food crisis and droughts
Source: The Nairobi Law Monthly (9 May 2023)
Civil society actors are stepping up to strengthen Africa’s potential to prevent greater food insecurity and regional instability caused by climate impacts.
CIMMYT at the AIM for Climate Summit
Smart smallholder fertilizer management practices to address food security and climate change.
Hot, dry climates call for resilient, high-performing wheat varieties
New breeding science can fortify wheat against the onslaught of hotter weather, increasing droughts, and evolving and spreading pests and diseases.
Global science partnership promotes climate-smart pathways to address food security and climate crisis
As rising temperatures and water scarcities threaten food production and affecting global food security and livelihoods since last century, leading research organizations have joined efforts around solutions that can also benefit climate-threatened, staple food farming in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture.
Government of Zambia and CIMMYT strengthen ties in agricultural development
Zambia Minister of Agriculture host CIMMYT Director General for deliberations on the country’s strategic road map.
Government of Zimbabwe recognizes CIMMYT for beneficial collaborations
CIMMYT is working with Zimbabwe government organizations to facilitate sustainable food security initiatives.
India will have record wheat production, must plan for export, says Arun Kumar Joshi
Source: The Hindu (11 Feb 2023)
Arun Kumar Joshi provides insights into why India is expecting record levels of wheat production this year.
More than a drop in the bucket: addressing food security in Nepal through improved sustainable irrigation
The downstream effects of the war in Ukraine imperils food security in countries like Nepal. A CSISA-led activity looks to boost local production via increased sustainable irrigation capacity and investment.
Adapting growing seasons to climate change can boost yields of world’s staple crops
New research estimates impact of farmer adaptation to climate change on maize, wheat, rice, sorghum and soybean.
CIMMYT-China workshop aims to facilitate future collaborations to battle climate change
CIMMYT scientists and their Chinese counterparts discuss best methods for protecting food crop production from climate change.
Identifying climate mitigation strategies from AFOLU sector in Mexico
CIMMYT researchers comb through data to enumerate the benefits, and costs, of specific climate mitigation initiatives in the AFOLU sector of Mexico.
Tracking the development and reach of CIMMYT’s climate research
Researchers provide data-driven approach to systematically analyze the production and diffusion of knowledge on food systems and climate change.
CIMMYT leads innovation sprint to deliver results to farmers rapidly
Climate-resilient soil fertility management by smallholders in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.