Food supply chain to get integrated support
World renowned science-based organizations Campden BRI and CABI have developed a strategic alliance to provide technical support from ‘seed to shelf’.
MIPR to collaborate with CABI in research on biodiversity
CABI and the Ministry of Industry and Primary Resources (MIPR) in Brunei sign a Memorandum of Understanding to explore the country’s biodiversity.
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Animal Welfare title re-launched not a moment too soon
Ruth Harrison’s seminal title Animal Machines is to be re-launched on 12 March at Oxford University’s biodiversity conference to celebrate its lasting impact on animal welfare.
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CABI's Dennis Rangi talks feeding the world at Economist summit
The Economist’s Feeding the World conference which took place January 30th in Amsterdam brought together panelists to discuss the burning question facing the development community today – how to provide food for a growing population with fewer natural resources to go around?
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UK bans sale of five invasive non-native aquatic plants
In a bid to stop invasive plants entering the country the UK government has banned the sale of five species of invasive non-native aquatic plants.
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And some work we are doing on floating pennywort
Project launched in the Philippines
Aiming to manage pests in Southeast Asia’s Forests, a project to remove barriers is launched in the Philippines.
CABI author comes to Oxford
CABI author and world renowned expert on animal behaviour John Bradshaw will be educating Oxford pets owners on Wednesday 16 January with his talk on “Why and Cats and Dogs are different”.
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