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CGIAR Science Week

CGIAR is convening the world’s leading scientists and thinkers at the intersection of agriculture and climate for its inaugural Science Week.

What is good for fish, is good for people and planet

The Mekong fishery is at a tipping point. Integrating fish into agricultural landscapes may be the sustainable way forward.
CGIAR researchers discuss the challenges of decolonizing research.

Decolonizing agricultural science: Are we ready to embrace change?

Decolonizing science is increasingly discussed within the CGIAR community. Recently, a panel of researchers explored whether we are prepared for this transformation and ready to embrace the change.
Photo: Majken Schmidt Søgaard / WorldfFish

Mapping Myanmar’s water resources is key to developing sustainable aquaculture and...

IWMI’s work will help to ensure that future investments in aquaculture in Myanmar will be sustainable, and able to boost rural livelihoods and nutrition as climate change takes hold.

Rethinking agriculture in the Greater Mekong

How to sustainably meet food needs, enhance ecosystem services and cope with climate change.