Plant Genetic Resources and Climate Change will address the current state of climate change predictions, and how climate change will affect conservation and use of crop germplasm, both ex situ and in situ. In addition, specific examples of germplasm research related to 'climate change threats' will be highlighted. Such activities need to take place under a regime of access to and use of germplasm through international conventions and treaties.
1. Food security, climate change and genetic resources
2. Genetic resources and conservation challenges under the threat of climate change
3. Climate projections
4. Effects of climate change on potential food production and risk of hunger
5. Regional impacts of climate change on agriculture and the role of adaptation
6. International mechanisms for conservation and use of genetic resources
7. Crop wild relatives and climate change
8. Climate change and on-farm conservation of crop landraces in centres of diversity
9. Germplasm databases and informatics
10. Exploring 'omics' of genetic resources to mitigate the effects of climate change
11. Harnessing meiotic recombination for improved crop varieties
12. High temperature stress
15. Response to flooding: submergence tolerance in rice
16. Effects of climate change on plant-insect interactions and prospects for resistance breeding using genetic resources
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Michael Jackson OBE is formerly of the International Rice Research Institute, Philippines, and the International Potato Center, Peru.
Brian Ford-Lloyd is Professor of Conservation Genetics at the University of Birmingham, UK.
Martin Parry OBE is Visiting professor at the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College, UK, member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)