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Genetic diversity a hidden tool in coping with climate change in ‘Coping with climate change: the roles of genetic resources for food and agriculture’ book release, 19.1.2015. Calling to improving knowledge, conservation and use of crop wild relatives, locally adapted varieties and breeds, plants, animals and microbes living inside of these and in the soil; Changing pressure on biological time incl. pollination patterns, shorter generational cycles; Learning from model plants like Arabidopsis thaliana.
Towards longer term partnerships of scientists from Europe and Developing Countries for sustainable intensification of agriculture, statement.