Agrobiodiversity is crops, livestock, microbes, pollinators, wild relatives ...
by Luigi Guarino on November 20, 2012
And easy access to the Brainfood Archive.
Cindy Cox of HarvestChoice sort of, kind of, maybe agrees with some parts of what we say in a recent post about the usability of data.
Although a new generation of development practitioners and analysts are increasingly taking advantage of so-called alternative data sources like we used in our paper, such resources are still underutilized in socio-economics. And without a story, data are meaningless.
Sure, and who has those stories? I suspect it’s not the people who can do the analysis.