The African Biodiversity Network
The African Biodiversity Network (ABN) is a regional network of individuals and organisations seeking African solutions to the ecological and socio-economic challenges that face the continent. The ABN was first conceived in 1996 in response to growing concern in the region over threats to Biodiversity in Africa and the need to develop strong African positions and legal instruments at the national, regional and international level. Currently The ABN has 36 partners drawn from twelve African countries: Benin, Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
PRESS RELEASE: Wednesday 16th October 2013 (00:01)
Food Systems won’t Adapt to Climate Change Without Seed Diversity
- Report warns that urgent action needed to revive disappearing diversity and knowledge
The African Biodiversity Network (ABN) and the Institute for Culture and Ecology (ICE) invite you to a public forum to discuss the newly launched report:
recognizing Sacred Natural Sites and Territories in Kenya”
The event will be...
The African Biodiversity Network (ABN), a regional network of individuals and organizations in 12 African countries seeking African solutions to the ecological and socio-economic challenges that face the continent, stands in solidarity with close to 2 Million people all...
Vibrant and resilient African communities rooted in their own biological, cultural, and spiritual diversity, governing their own lives and livelihoods, in harmony with healthy ecosystems. Click here to find out more.
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