Decision and Policy Analysis

From observation to action: How Terra-i’s near-real time monitoring of forest cover loss will support conservation efforts in Southeast Asia

From observation to action: How Terra-i’s near-real time monitoring of forest cover loss will support conservation efforts in Southeast Asia

The Cambodian government is looking into the possibility of Terra-i as a forest cover change monitoring tool in the country ...
Brazilian rice needs to toughen up for a dry future

Brazilian rice needs to toughen up for a dry future

Rice crop improvement needs to adjust for harsher droughts, a new study says ...
Producers from Caquetá in Colombia commit to conserving and restoring their natural landscapes and to improving the sustainability of their livestock raising systems

Producers from Caquetá in Colombia commit to conserving and restoring their natural landscapes and to improving the sustainability of their livestock raising systems

The Sustainable Amazonian Landscapes (SAL) project closed the year with a voluntary agreement with the producers who stand to benefit ...
Let's not blame it on the cow!

Let’s not blame it on the cow!

A research carried out in the Animal Nutrition Laboratories of CIAT studied forages that improve animal productivity and reduce methane ...
Cupping Fair Trade Coffee Impact

Cupping Fair Trade Coffee Impact

We have prepared a policy brief highlighting our findings and recommendations regarding the effect of the Fair Trade Certified in ...
How Can Ugandan Farmers Ease South Sudan Hunger Crisis?

How Can Ugandan Farmers Ease South Sudan Hunger Crisis?

Together with Uganda’s National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO), CIAT and partners including the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and ...
Could messiness be a good thing?

Could messiness be a good thing?

In collaboration with Nguyen Hong Van, this research project sought to understand how Hanoians, especially low-income residents, respond to rapid ...
CIAT work on nutrition sensitive value chains in East Africa showcased at FAO in Rome

CIAT work on nutrition sensitive value chains in East Africa showcased at FAO in Rome

CIAT staff invited by FAO Rome to present results on BMZ funded project on “Making Value Chains work for Nutrition ...
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Andy Jarvis

Andy Jarvis

Director, Decision and Policy Analysis Research Area

a.jarvis@cgiar.org

This CIAT Blog was launched in January 2016. For articles related to Decision and Policy Analysis (DAPA) prior to this date, visit our former blog. Please note the DAPA blog is not updated anymore.

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