Assessing the crop diversity trends in relation with climate change based on local knowledge
Projections based on agroclimatic models envision a dramatic decrease in the agricultural production at the global scale, thus affecting the livelihoods of millions of peoples. However, these models focus on the major crops and are too coarse to represent the diversity of crop landraces responses to climate change. Lead by Vanesse Labeyrie, partners in the LICCI research network are preparing to collect local level data that will provide first-hand information on how climate change is affecting crop diversity around the world and how farmers manage to adapt.
Who leads this project?
Agroecologist, interested in agrobiodiversity management and the social-ecological dynamics involved
Ecologist, interested in agrobiodiversity across scales and socio-ecological resilience
ASSET Team (CEFE-CNRS)
Interaction Department, Ecology and Societies
Biocultural Interactions Team
CNRS researcher, manager of the team Biocultural interactions
Ethnoecologist, interested in local knowledge associated to agrobiodiversity (classification, practices and uses), seeds circulation (Vanuatu), and in wellbeing within winegrowers and vineyards (Gaillac, France).
Director of research at CNRS
Study site: Morocco
Study site: Gaillac, France
The Gaillac winegrowers: adapting knowledge and practices to climate change
LICCI Core Team members involved (ICTA-UAB)
LICCI Partners involved
|Ávila, Julia Vieira da Cunha
Field site: Brazil
|Campos-Silva, Joao V.
Field site: Brazilian Amazon region
Field site: Zimbabwe
|Lanker, Marisa |
Field site: Guatemala
Field site: Madagascar
Field site: Bukovina, Romania
Field site: Solomon Islands