Bioversity and CCAFS recently conducted a systematic review to explore the role of diversification in agricultural systems for increasing the resilience of smallholder farmers in confronting the risks associated with changing climates.

Building upon these initiatives, the Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research is now hosting a new tool, the ReFARM (the Resilience Framework for Agriculture and Risk Management) Database, to feature hundreds of reviewed case studies, accommodate more as the effort expands, and allow easily searches according to different categories including scale, climate risks, types of diversifications, and outcome.