Green iguanas and feral goats introduced to various islands are destroying habitat and pushing out native species.
See also: Global biodiversity panel urged to heed local voices
Producing enough food for a rapidly growing population, and taking care of our planet are two of the world's biggest challenges.
Bioeconomy opens up development opportunities for Latin America, but it also involves several risks, says Federico Vasen.
7 May 2013
Recognising common ground is the first step towards concrete ways of enhancing the work of both scientists and development practitioners.
12 April 2013
Developing innovation systems, rather than technology transfer, can benefit small farmers and promote agricultural development in Africa.
9 July 2012
Source: Future Agricultures Consortium
Researchers are calling for regulation of groundwater use in Sri Lanka's Jaffna peninsula to prevent a future crisis.
24 May 2013
Games can help people to see disaster risks and effects with their own eyes, helping them to engage with complex science, a conference hears.
23 May 2013