LICCI at the ReSoDiv workshop in Paris: seed and knowledge networks for climate change adaptation

LICCI team members Anna Porcuna Ferrer and Vanesse Labeyrie participated the 7th-8th of September in the ReSoDiv workshop in Paris. The workshop brought together researchers from different disciplines to discuss the effects of geography on the analysis of networks of circulation of biological objects (plant seeds, animals) and the knowledge associated with them within agrarian societies. 

In this context, Anna and Vanesse presented the LICCI Crop Diversity Protocol as a tool to explore the contributions of seed and knowledge networks to the resilience of local farming communities to climate change.