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Agricultural biodiversity enhances capacity to adapt to climate change

A survey of almost 2,400 smallholder farmers across Bolivia, India and Nepal has revealed the extent to which they rely on agricultural biodiversity to mitigate the effects of climate change. Smallholder farmers plant new crops and varieties which are more resistant to changing conditions and adapt their farming practices as a coping mechanism to build resilience.
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