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The Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at University of Western Sydney
The Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment provides a stimulating and safe research environment in which researchers can optimise outputs. 

Key participant: Dr. Brajesh Singh

 

 

Bioversity International
Bioversity International is a research-for-development organization working with partners worldwide to use and conserve agricultural and forest biodiversity for improved livelihoods, nutrition, sustainability and productive and resilient ecosystems.

  • Key participant: Dr. Miguel Dita

 

 

 

INRA
INRA is the leading European agricultural research institute and one of the foremost institutes in the world for agriculture, food and the environment. It is also the second largest public research institute in France. Founded in 1946, the National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) is a public research institution under the joint authority of the Ministry of Higher Education and Research and the Ministry of Agriculture, Agrifood and Forests. The research conducted at INRA concerns agriculture, food, nutrition and food safety, environment and land management, with particular emphasis on sustainable development.

Key participant: Dr. Philippe Lemanceau

 

Land Potentional Knowledge System

Landpotential.org is a global partnership committed to developing and supporting the adoption of freely available technology and tools for sustainable land use management, monitoring, and connecting people across the globe.

Key Participant:  Dr. Jeff Herrick

 

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Connect with us Currently, organizations and individuals that will support this initiative are being approached with the hopes that it may one day be incorporated into organizations involved in soil biodiversity and ecosystem services. If you are interested in becoming connected with the initiative, please submit an inquiry.