Research article by Bioversity staff: Monitoring the world’s agriculture

Nature 466, 558-560 (29 July 2010) – doi:10.1038/466558a

Jeffrey Sachs1, Roseline Remans2, Sean Smukler3, Leigh Winowiecki4, Sandy J. Andelman5, Kenneth G. Cassman6, David Castle7, Ruth DeFries8, Glenn Denning9, Jessica Fanzo10, Louise E. Jackson11, Rik Leemans12, Johannes Lehmann13, Jeffrey C. Milder14, Shahid Naeem15, Generose Nziguheba16, Cheryl A. Palm17, Prabhu L. Pingali18, John P. Reganold19, Daniel D. Richter20, Sara J. Scherr21, Jason Sircely22, Clare Sullivan23, Thomas P. Tomich24 & Pedro A. Sanchez25


Jeffrey Sachs and 24 food-system experts call for a global data collection and dissemination network to track the myriad impacts of different farming practices.


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