CABI and Imperial College London to collaborate on research regarding ecosystems and the environment

mperial College's Prof Richard Crastor signs the contract with CAB International CEO Daniel Elger at 58 Princes Gate, 6th October 2023 Photography by Fergus Burnett
CABI and Imperial College London have agreed to collaborate further on teaching and research regarding fragile ecosystems, sustainable agriculture, and the environment including how to sensitively manage the world’s biodiversity threatened by climate change. The agreement signifies a pivotal moment for both institutions. CABI, with its extensive network of Member…
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CABI review aims to help strengthen national Soil Information Systems around the world

Hands tending soil
CABI scientists are conducting a review of national Soil Information Systems (SIS) in seven countries in Africa – as well as the USA, New Zealand, and Australia to understand key technical factors and the enabling environment that contribute to successful SIS development. The next stage of the project will involve…
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CABI shares expertise at 4th International Phytosanitary Conference 2023 held in Kenya

CABI has shared its expertise in helping countries achieve robust Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) systems to sustainably improve livelihoods and strengthen food security at the 4th International Phytosanitary Conference 2023 held in Kenya. Dr Morris Akiri, Senior Regional Director, Africa, attended the event which was hosted by the Kenya Plant…
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CABI highlights support for climate-resilient food systems at the Africa Food Systems Forum

AGRF 2023
CABI has highlighted its support for climate- resilient food systems – in line with its Medium-Term Strategy (MTS) 2023-2025 – at the Africa Food Systems Forum 2023 (also known as AGRF 2023) held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. In light of challenges from climate change, population growth, economic downturns, and…
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CABI renews agreement with Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute

CABI has renewed its agreement to work in partnership with the Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI). This is part of joint efforts to help ensure greater sustainable food security in Malaysia through the Joint Laboratory platform – conducting research and development in areas of mutual interest. Specifically, the…
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CABI hosts delegation of top UK scientists and CGIAR

Leading UK scientists and CGIAR Board
CABI recently brought together some of the world’s leading agricultural scientists and Professor Lindiwe Sibanda, Chair of CGIAR’s System Board, to discuss opportunities for greater collaboration between UK scientific institutions and CGIAR
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