Rural development sociologist, focusing on agricultural biodiversity and natural resource management
Ronnie Vernooy is a rural development sociologist with a particular interest in agricultural biodiversity and natural resource management. He has more than 20 years of experience in managing and conducting participatory research in a number of countries, including Nicaragua, Cuba, Honduras, China, Nepal, Vietnam, and Mongolia. He has coauthored and coedited several books and articles on biodiversity management and conservation, most recently, with Manuel Ruiz, The Custodians of Biodiversity: Sharing Access and Benefits of Genetic Resources (2011).
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