DYNAmic seed networks for managing European diVERSITY
Developing a political ecology of European seed networks Analysis of the interconnections between the historical and contemporary socio-economic, cultural, political, and ecological contexts and outcomes of European seed networks involved in agrobiodiversity management.
Analytical framework has been created to study the following: 1. Network Mapping: Map existing networks 2. Problem and Context Analysis: Analysis of historical power dynamics and relationships to place and context 3. Transformative Potential: Transformative Social Innovation analysis 4. Multi-Species Socio-Ecological Agrobiodiversity Network Highlights: To highlight different forms of knowledge and innovation at the farm level that support agrobiodiversity through a multi-species network