AAAS 2014 Talk -- Agrobiodiversity and Global Change

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My talk at the AAAS 2014. In the talk I provide a critique of the current framing of climate adaptation in the plant science, which is too narrowly focused on abiotic stress. I then provide reflections about how climate change should be addressed through vulnerability analysis and adaptation planning.

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AAAS 2014 Talk -- Agrobiodiversity and Global Change

  1. 1. Design of Participatory Crop Improvement Programs and Future Climates Jacob van Etten Bioversity International (CGIAR) @jacobvanetten
  2. 2. Climate change Origin of agriculture
  3. 3. My talk
  4. 4. Crop breeding and climate change
  5. 5. Some trends
  6. 6. Frameworks
  7. 7. Stability
  8. 8. Mega-environments
  9. 9. Specific adaptation Annicchiarico et al.
  10. 10. Environmental analysis lacking
  11. 11. The model
  12. 12. Current state of the art
  13. 13. Cutting through the complexity
  14. 14. The wrong approach
  15. 15. Scenarios
  16. 16. Livelihoods
  17. 17. Citizen science
  18. 18. Environmental characterization
  19. 19. Example results
  20. 20. In summary Models + experiments + observations Abiotic stress  integrated vulnerability analysis Characterizing selection environments Stakeholder deliberation, farmer participation Working backwards – where do we want to be?

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