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CABI calls for support for farmers at COP21

18 December 2015 – This month, world leaders gathered in Paris to agree a new deal on climate change. CABI delegates attended this historic COP21 Climate Conference, raising awareness about agriculture and the environment, and the challenges facing the world’s rural communities and smallholder farmers. We share some of the highlights of CABI’s participation in the event. On 8 December, CABI CEO, Dr Trevor Nicholls, addressed the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and...

Exploring linkages between invasive plants and malaria

7 December 2015 - It is now well understood that mosquitoes require access to resting sites, plant sugars and, in the case of females, also a blood meal, in order to survive and transmit malaria. Preliminary studies have shown that mosquitoes also feed on plant sugars produced by many invasive plant species. This emerged at a workshop held in Naivasha, Kenya, from 2-4 December 2015 that brought together scientists and subject experts from different parts of the world to explore linkages between...

Taking plant biosecurity skills to Africa

4 December 2015 - Six weeks of intensive study in Australia has given fifteen Senior Biosecurity Fellows from Sub-Saharan Africa new skills, networks and inspiration to fight crop pests and diseases in their countries and the region as a whole. Members of the Africa Plant Biosecurity Network concluded their time in Australia today after two weeks acquiring skills in communication, biosecurity action planning, media relations and networking, to better share their newfound expertise with colleagu...

Celebrating 20 years of China’s CABI membership

27 November 2015 – On 25 November, CABI and key Chinese agencies celebrated 20 years of China’s CABI membership, a partnership that has seen close and fruitful co-operation across a wide range of areas, including information and knowledge management, scientific research, and international development in the fields of agriculture and the environment. The 20th anniversary was marked by a high-level workshop in Beijing, co-organized by the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), the Chinese Academy ...

Students celebrate Master’s degree graduation at university ceremony

24 November 2015 - Agricultural professionals from 10 countries received their graduation certificates yesterday (23 November 2015) at a ceremony to celebrate their successful completion of the first University Neuchâtel-CABI jointly coordinated integrated crop management degree. The Masters in Advanced Studies in Integrated Crop Management (MAS in ICM) programme was launched earlier this year by CABI in partnership with the University of Neuchâtel and the Canton Jura to help address the need t...

CABI builds simulation to share plant health knowledge

16 November 2015 - CABI has built its first simulation to help agricultural advisors share knowledge on plant health with smallholder farmers across the world, and has plans to build more. Plant Doctor Simulator is a fun and engaging way for plant health advisors – also known as plant doctors – to examine virtual 3D plants using smartphones or tablets. The rich and realistic gameplay allows plant doctors to investigate the symptoms of plant health issues, and make decisions on what are causing ...

Australia shares fruit fly expertise with Africa

13 November 2015 - Three plant biosecurity managers from Africa are working with leading Australian fruit fly researchers to take up the fight against the invasive pest in Burundi, Mozambique and Tanzania. The Fellows are the first members of the Africa Plant Biosecurity Network, of which CABI is a partner. This network aims to improve plant biosecurity and safe trade of agricultural products in ten east and southern African countries: Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanza...

CABI Asia Pacific consultation addresses regional challenges

11 November 2015 – On 4-6 November, CABI held its Asia-Pacific regional consultation meeting in Putrajaya, Malaysia. It was a well-attended and successful event, where more than 65 delegates from 11 Asia-Pacific CABI member countries, over 20 partner organizations and four potential member countries, together with CABI staff, reviewed and discussed priorities for the region. This collaborative consultation resulted in the identification of new and emerging priority areas, including food and nutr...

Africa and Australia working together on biosecurity

26 October 2015 - Fifteen Senior Biosecurity Fellows from Africa have begun an intensive six weeks studying Australia’s globally recognised plant biosecurity system, beginning today with a week-long workshop at AgriBio in Melbourne. The Fellows are the first members of the Africa Plant Biosecurity Network, of which CABI is a consortium member. This network aims to improve plant biosecurity and safe trade of agricultural products in ten east and southern African countries: Burundi, Ethiopia, Ken...

IPPC secretariat and senior CABI officials meet in Rome

22 October 2015 - A delegation of the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) led by Secretary Jingyuan Xia met with a delegation of senior officials from CABI led by CABI CEO, Dr Trevor Nicholls, on 22 October. During the meeting the two parties drafted a letter of intent with specific goals for the future which, once reviewed and finalized, should lay the foundation for a future programme of work aimed at enhancing awareness of both organizations and the importance of plant health and...

CABI Africa consultation addresses food security challenges

21 October 2015 - On 14-16 October, CABI held its regional consultation meeting in Lusaka, Zambia, where it agreed and announced its priorities for Africa. More than 60 delegates from 16 African CABI member countries, together with CABI staff, partner organizations and potential member countries discussed priorities such as tackling the impact of invasive species on the livelihoods of the rural poor, including smallholder farmers. Invasive species are animals, insects, plants and diseases that a...

Plantwise progress reported at 2015 Donor Forum

7 October 2015 - On 6-7 October, progress made by Plantwise in 2015 was the subject of the global programme’s annual Donor Forum. The meeting took place in the Swiss Pavilion at the Milan World Expo where Plantwise is the focus of an interactive exhibit. Plantwise executives invited key programme donors to attend the annual meeting and those participating included the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands (DGIS), Irish Aid, the In...

CABI and Book Aid International bring scientific publications to students in sub Saharan Africa

28 September 2015 - CABI and Book Aid International are collaborating to bring specialist scientific books on agriculture and tropical health to students at universities, medical schools and colleges in sub-Saharan Africa. The books have been carefully selected for institutions like the Mzuzu Agriculture Vocation College in Malawi and Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology in Kenya to help students and staff with their studies and teaching. Highly specialist books on subjects li...

Boost comes to Ghana’s farmers after trade ban

25 September 2015 - Today, CABI is launching a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) to help Ghana break down trade barriers and improve its horticulture export abilities, delivering a much-needed boost to the country’s trade following a ban on vegetable exports. The partnership aims to help Ghana’s farmers meet food safety standards, connect with European markets and rebuild their livelihoods. It is hoped the project also brings macro-level benefits in employment, fiscal revenue and foreign ­exchang...

Invasive blackberry threatens iconic Galapagos Islands

1 September 2015 - The Galapagos National Park Directorate (GNPD) is partnering with CABI and the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) to help protect the iconic Galapagos Islands from an invasive blackberry (Rubus niveus). This non-native plant was introduced in 1968 and is causing serious problems for local biodiversity and agriculture. It is now considered one of the worst weeds affecting the islands. Dense spiny thickets of blackberry can grow up to three metres tall, turning agricultural areas i...

Africa Plant Biosecurity Network underway

18 August 2015 - Fifteen Senior Biosecurity Fellows and 30 Associate Fellows - biosecurity champions for African plant pest and disease protection - will meet in Nairobi today for the first Africa Plant Biosecurity Network meeting. An initiative of the Australia-Africa Plant Biosecurity Partnership, the Fellows will be trained in a range of plant protection areas to improve plant biosecurity in 10 east and southern African countries, including matched training in Australia and development of co...

Andre Laperriere appointed Executive Director of GODAN

12 August 2015 - André Laperrière has been appointed Executive Director of the secretariat for Global open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN). He will take up his post on 1 September 2015 at the secretariat office in Wallingford, hosted by CABI. During his career Mr. Laperrière has led numerous large-scale projects on behalf of private corporations and also within the United Nations. He has extensive work experience in Africa, the Americas, Caribbean, Europe and Middle East, in particul...

Calling Kenyan applicants for fully sponsored UK invasive species Masters research programme

6 August 2015 - CABI has teamed up with its neighbours at Royal Holloway University in Surrey England, to offer a jointly funded one-year Master of Science by Research programme on invasive species. This will begin this academic year (September 2015 - August 2016). Tuition, accommodation and adequate living expenses will be covered, as will one economy return airfare. We welcome applications from high-performing, recently graduated Kenyan nationals who are self-motivated and seeking to build a c...

New eTextbooks help librarians supply core reading

29 July 2015 - From today, CABI is offering eTextbooks to academic institutions and university libraries via eBook Collections, the ProQuest platform that CABI uses to give customers access to eBooks. eBooks will be available in both HTML and PDF, meaning users can access eTextbooks at any time online with the ability to electronically annotate pages and print when needed. Launched in July 2015, CABI now has 44 handpicked textbooks available in eBook format across its core subject areas, includ...

Addressing global food security New crop degree now open

15 July 2015 - CABI is on the lookout for students to join a crop management Masters degree aimed at addressing food security around the world and helping to feed the growing global population. With the population estimated to reach nine billion by 2050, the pressure mounts to find answers for sustainable, responsible food production. In response to this urgent mission, CABI, the University of Neuchâtel and the Canton Jura opened a degree programme in 2015 in the field of Integrated Crop Manage...

New campaign raises awareness about invasive species impact on livelihoods

29 June 2015 - CABI is launching a new campaign to raise awareness about the impact invasive species have on the livelihoods of millions of people around the world. We invite you to join our campaign and sign up to receive the latest information today, including details about our new forthcoming invasive species website. What’s the problem? Millions of people living in rural communities are facing problems with weeds, insects, plant diseases and animals which are out of control and threatenin...

Managing the invasive allergen, Ragweed

27 June 2015 - Today is International Ragweed Day, a day to increase awareness and understanding of the problems that this invasive weed causes all over the world. Common ragweed, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, is a worldwide invasive weed originating from North-America. It causes a great deal of suffering to people as a result of its highly allergenic pollen, which is typically released from August to October in the Northern Hemisphere. The first Saturday of summer was chosen as International Ragwee...

CABI and SADC discuss collaboration

24 June 2015 - Dr Dennis Rangi, Executive Director International Development at CABI, today met with Dr Stergomena Tax, Executive Secretary of the Southern African Development Community (SADC), in Botswana. The purpose of the meeting was for CABI and SADC to discuss possible future collaboration in areas of common interest, drawing on each organization’s strengths. SADC is a community that aims to achieve economic development, peace, security and growth, as well as alleviate poverty and enhance...

Looking back at a year of impact: CABI in Review 2014

18 June 2015 - We are delighted to bring you CABI in Review 2014. Each year, we publish an annual review to tell the stories of our projects and the impact they have on the farmers, extension workers, scientists, policy makers and professional practitioners we work with. Looking at the individuals behind our projects, we introduce you to Joseph, a cocoa farmer living on the South Pacific island of Vanuatu. After participating in a cocoa rehabilitation project, Joseph has grown his farming busin...

Vet symposium probes problem behaviour in dogs, cats and horses

17 June 2015 - CABI, together with the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London, today held a symposium exploring behavioural problems in companion animals and leisure horses, and what can be done to resolve these problems. The strong link between poor behaviour and welfare problems was a recurring theme. The event, Animals Behaving Badly – Veterinary/Welfare Perspectives, was the 4th CABI Symposium on Animal Welfare and Behaviour, and was sponsored by Ceva and chaired by Martin Whiting of the ...

Executive Council members visit CABI

17 June 2015 - CABI held an open day for Executive Council representatives from our member countries today. 15 representatives from 14 member countries watched demonstrations of CABI’s work in agriculture and the environment through a familiarization visit to CABI’s UK Centre in Egham. The event showcased a wide range of CABI’s work on invasive species, trade and commodities, mobile agriculture and plant science. CABI works on behalf of 48 member countries who influence CABI’s mission and direc...

CABI brings smallholder farmers to the fore at EU Development Days

3 June 2105 - With over 7,000 participants from across sectors, EU Development Days 2015 is one of the largest annual fora on the international development calendar. This year, the Brussels summit, which took place from 3-4 June, focused on health, migration and food security, including the evolving issues and innovations in the fight to eradicate global hunger. The CABI-led project lab ‘Smallholders powering global development’ encouraged dialog between more than 40 participants on the critica...

New research shows impact of open data on agriculture and nutrition

28 May 2015 - Today, the Global Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN) initiative, of which CABI is a partner, released new research in collaboration with the Open Data Institute (ODI): How can we improve agriculture, food and nutrition with open data? Launched at the 3rd International Open Data Conference in Ottawa, the research shows how open data enables more effective decision making in a wide range of contexts, creates innovation and promotes transparency that changes the way organi...

CABI chooses MarkLogic to help solve global agricultural problems

26 May 2015 - CABI has chosen MarkLogic Corporation's Enterprise NoSQL database platform to integrate and deliver content that will help solve global agricultural problems. CABI helps farmers in more than 70 countries improve crop yields with practical and region-specific advice on combating threats from pests, diseases and more, and publishes information for researchers and academics. After 100 years’ worth of growing and changing data, CABI needed a database that could better meet the needs of...

CABI celebrates biodiversity day

22 May 2015 - To celebrate biodiverstiy and to increase awareness and understanding, 22 May is the International Day for Biological Diversity. Biodiversity is the variety of life on earth, and it is crucial. Everyone, many unknowingly, needs biodiversity, and people in the developing world are even more reliant. Biodiversity is important to many peoples' livelihooods, especially farmers or others who rely on the land.  See some of our selected biodiversity projects and books that you can win! ...

Plantwise opens at Milan World Expo

1 May 2015 - Today, Plantwise opened the doors of its exhibition at the Swiss Pavillion of the Milan World Expo.   In the first 10 days, pavilions of 140 countries and 22 UN departments will welcome over 1 million people from around the world, and anticipate 30 million before doors close 31 October. Guests experience the theme ‘Feeding the planet: Energy for Life’ in many ways- from the bee-hive inspired UK pavilion to the giant human net by Brazil, and of course a taste of many countries’ loca...

Making agri-business work for women and youth

1 May 2015 - The Association of International Research and Development Centers for Agriculture (AIRCA) is working to improve agribusiness in the Lake Victoria Basin, Uganda, focusing on women and youth farmers. The work will combine the existing skill sets and experiences of AIRCA members, focusing on technologies relevant to the Basin that can be scaled up and out to achieve real impact in agricultural production and nutrition for the farmers and their families. The project uses a demand-drive...

Sap-sucking insects save livelihoods in Kenya

28 April 2015 - CABI has partnered with the Ol Jogi Ranch in Laikipia, Kenya, to introduce a sap-sucking insect to the region in a bid to control an invasive cactus. The cactus, Opuntia stricta, threatens livelihoods in Laikipia, because it destroys available forage for livestock and wildlife. On 25 April, Ol Jogi hosted an event to officially release the insect, raise awareness about the effects of Opuntia stricta and show the positive results that the insect is already having on controlling th...

Download our new Plantwise 'Plant Doctor' game

20 April 2015 - Over 500 million smallholder farmers worldwide provide food for two-thirds of the earth’s growing population. These farmers, and the major challenges they face due to crop health problems, will be the focus of a new mobile game app launched today by the CABI-led Plantwise programme at the Swiss Pavilion during Expo Milano 2015 (click to download). The universal expo, occurring once every 5 years and opening its doors May 1st, will welcome an estimated 20 million visitors with th...

CABI and PlumX partner in pilot programme

13 April 2015 - Scientists at CABI will be able to gauge the impact of their agricultural and environmental research in several unique ways as CABI partners with PlumX from Plum™ Analytics, an EBSCO company. As part of a six-month pilot programme, CABI will be using PlumX metrics to measure the recent research of our scientists and authors, showcasing articles and books on CAB Direct, our scientific research portal. PlumX’s Plum Print data visualization tool will provide clear feedback on how t...

CABI authors join vet science conference

12 April 2015 - On 9-12 April, CABI attended the 2015 British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) Congress at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham and was joined by CABI authors: Prof. Donald M Broom, author of Sentience and Animal Welfare Ms Stephanie Hedges, author of Practical Canine Behaviour Ms Marit Buseth and Mr Richard Saunders, authors of Rabbit Behaviour, Health and Care The conference offered attendees an opportunity to talk to these experts in their fields of veterinar...

Botanic garden experts talk plant protection in China

1 April 2015 - The International Plant Sentinel Network (IPSN) held a workshop on ‘The Identification and Diagnosis of Longhorn Beetles in China and nearby Countries’ in the Shenzhen Fairy Lake Botanical Garden and Chinese Academy of Sciences, on March 26-27, 2015. The workshop brought together people working with botanic gardens in plant protection, a first for China. The course was hosted by Botanical Garden Conservation International (BGCI) and organized by Fairy Lake Botanical Garden, Shenzh...

Joint Lab announces strong results for 2014

31 March 2015 - The 7th Steering Committee of the China-CABI Joint Laboratory (Joint Lab) was held in Beijing, China today. Hosted by the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture, members reviewed Joint Lab’s progress in 2014 and plans for 2015. Joint Lab is now widely regarded as one of the top joint platforms within the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) and announced a strong year in 2014. Last year saw excellent progress and results for Joint Lab in all key aspects of its work, includin...

CAB Direct reaches 11 million record milestone

26 March 2015 - Global academic publisher, CABI, today announced its bibliographic platform CAB Direct has reached the milestone of 11 million records. CABI’s in-house platform, CAB Direct, hosts CAB Abstracts the leading English language bibliographic database covering the applied life sciences. Updated weekly, CAB Direct now offers over 11 million records dating back more than 100 years provide up to date research as well as historical data for a fully inclusive resource for international sci...

Tuta absoluta pest on the rampage in Africa

16 March 2015 - A new video illustrates the devastating impacts that the invasive pest Tuta absoluta is having on tomato yields, and what this means for farmers who rely on these crops for sustenance and income. Dr Arne Witt, from CABI commented on the implications of Tuta absoluta infestation across Africa: “Tomatoes are one of the most widely cultivated crops in Africa and are grown in the backyards of almost every homestead across sub-Saharan Africa. This important cash crop and source of...

CABI creates new Knowledge Business

9 March 2015 - Global academic publisher, CABI, has integrated IT and Publishing to create a new Knowledge Business. The strategic focus on delivering knowledge solutions into all CABI’s markets will help the organization achieve greater scale and impact. CABI will bring the benefits of modern, flexible technology to all areas of its programme – in publishing and international development – taking it beyond the traditional face-to-face model of agricultural extension. CABI will also strengthen i...

CABI launches new agriculture education programme

6 March 2015 - To mark the commencement of the CABI-coordinated Masters in Advanced Studies in Integrated Crop Management (MAS in ICM) programme, incoming students, lecturers, partners and press gathered at the Hôtel du Parlement in Delémont for ceremony and celebrations. Among the hosts on hand to officially welcome the Class of 2015 was Dr Ulrich Kuhlmann, CABI Regional Director, Europe and the Americas, and coordinator of the MAS in ICM. “The programme launching today shows us that there are...

Plantwise shortlisted for Olam food security prize

3 March 2015 - The CABI-led Plantwise programme has been named as a finalist for the Olam Innovation in Food Security Award. This award "aims to recognize an outstanding innovation for its potential impact on the availability, affordability, accessibility or adequacy of food, as well as to support its further development." As a programme now working in 34 countries, this is also a recognition of the efforts of all the Plantwise supporters and partners - over 168 worldwide - who make this innova...

CABI Publishing brings Western European representation in-house

26 February 2015 - Global academic publisher, CABI, announces that from 31 March 2015, representation for its applied life sciences print books in Western Europe will switch from Durnell Marketing to CABI. Representation will be brought in-house and handled by CABI’s regional sales team. The switch will support greater alignment of CABI’s European sales and marketing activities. This does not affect CABI’s existing representation agreements in the Nordics. CABI’s Head of Sales, Clodagh Corcora...

Plantwise joins Swiss Pavilion at Milan World Expo

26 February 2015 - Over 500 million smallholder farmers worldwide provide food for two-thirds of the earth’s growing population. These farmers, and the major challenges they face due to crop health problems, will be the focus of a new interactive exhibit to be launched by the CABI-led Plantwise programme at the Swiss Pavilion during Expo Milano 2015. The universal expo, occurring once every 5 years and opening its doors May 1st, will welcome an estimated 20 million visitors with the theme ‘Feed...

AIRCA holds annual steering committee meeting

20 February 2015 - On 19-20 February, the Association of International Research and Development Centers for Agriculture (AIRCA), of which CABI is a member, held its annual steering committee meeting. The African insect science for food health organisation, icipe, hosted the meeting at their impressive new Bee Health Laboratory building, in Nairobi, Kenya, which was opened at the end of 2014 by His Excellency William Ruto, Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya. CABI’s CEO, Dr Trevor Nicholls,...

CABI opens new office in Kenya

18 February 2015 - CABI officially opened its new regional office in Nairobi, Kenya today. CEO, Dr Trevor Nicholls, was on hand to cut the ribbon and unveil a plaque commemorating the event. Relocation from rented premises to purchase of this larger office strengthens CABI’s footprint in Africa – CABI also has an office in Accra, Ghana – and provides modern conferencing facilities and amenities for 42 members of staff. Dr Nicholls commended the regional team for managing the process of moving t...

Helping coffee farmers adapt to climate change

12 February 2015 - The initiative for coffee and climate (c and c), of which CABI is a member, today produced a new publication on Climate Change Adaptation in Coffee Production: A step-by-step guide to supporting coffee farmers. Coffee production and the livelihoods of coffee farmers and their families around the world are at risk from climate change. Farmers are experiencing increasingly extreme and unpredictable weather and climate patterns. They can no longer expect the favourable condition...

Managing pests to improve livelihoods

12 February 2015 - Speaking at the Economist Events’ Feeding the World 2015 summit today, CABI’s Dr Arne Witt talked about the impact that pests, especially Invasive Alien Species (IAS), have on food security and livelihoods. This year’s summit theme was ‘Quality vs quantity: food and nutrition security for nine billion’. Participating in the panel on food loss and food waste, Dr Witt discussed the impact that crop pests have on pre- and post-harvest losses. Most people in the developing world ...

CABI holds 394th Executive Council meeting

28 January 2015 - Today, CABI held its 394th Executive Council meeting, attended by Representatives from 35 CABI Member Countries, Board Members and CABI staff, led by CEO, Dr Trevor Nicholls. Dr Lutz Peter Berg (Switzerland), Chairman of the Executive Council, led the meeting, which was held at the International Coffee Organisation in London. Executive Council members noted the positive results CABI has achieved in 2014, focusing on the organisation’s commitment to its mission and 2020 vision,...

Feeding the World 2015

28 January 2015 - CABI’s Dr Arne Witt, Coordinator Invasive Species, will be speaking at The Economist Events' Feeding the World summit in Amsterdam on 12 February 2015. Dr Witt will join a panel discussion on strategies for the reduction of food loss and food waste, pre- and post- harvest. Concentrating on Invasive Alien Species (IAS), he will consider the impact that invasive microbes, insects and plants, introduced to new regions through human activities, are having on food security and live...

CABI selected to host Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition

27 January2015 - CABI has been selected to host the secretariat for Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN). GODAN supports global efforts to make agricultural and nutritional data available, accessible, and usable for unrestricted use worldwide. CABI was selected to host its secretariat based on its strong global network and track record of relevant expertise in agriculture, nutrition and knowledge management. On 19-21 January, CABI supported GODAN’s first partners’ meeting in W...

New UK Pesticide Guide 2015 now available

14 January 2014 - The UK Pesticide Guide 2015, jointly published by CABI and the British Crop Protection Council (BCPC), is now available to buy. The Guide is a comprehensive pesticide planning tool, essential for the coming spray season, and the most authoritative source of information on pesticides and adjuvants for UK agriculture, horticulture, forestry and amenity use. Edited by a leading authority in the field, Martin Lainsbury, this new edition is thoroughly updated with new active ingred...

Stringent criteria for weed biocontrol agents

8 January 2015 - Stringent criteria for weed biocontrol agents may amount to missed opportunities for success in the United States. A new article by CABI Switzerland scientists is already picking up headlines in the United States following its recent publication in the journal Invasive Plant Science and Management. In the article, CABI scientists examine five successful cases of weed biological control agents released in the United States in past years, and contends that under today’s more stri...

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