Locust, grasshopper, insect management and transboundary pest organizations. Please contact us if you would like to be included, or know of other resources we should list!

Education and outreach materials

Community Management of Locusts and Grasshoppers in Central Senegal

This booklet was created as a part of the project “Communities for Sustainable Agriculture” (Bay Sa Waar). Funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development, Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, the project combines the specialized research skills of American, Canadian, French and Senegalese universities with local knowledge and experience of Senegalese institutions and farmers.

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Pest Grasshoppers and Locusts in Central Senegal: An Agriculturist’s Guide

States across the nation continue to adopt policies aimed at de-centralizing and decarbonizing their energy systems through Renewable Portfolio Standards and Energy Efficiency Resource Standards, as well as a multitude of other policies. Electric utilities are not only the implementers in chief of these policies, but they also face transformational change if these policies succeed in allowing consumers to produce their own energy, thereby bypassing the utilities entirely.

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Pest Grasshoppers and Locusts in Mali: An Agriculturist’s Guide

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Pest Grasshoppers and Locusts in Niger: An Agriculturist’s Guide

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Living With Locusts: Senegal Soil, Plant, Insect System Booklet

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The White/Wiphala paper on Indigenous Peoples Food Systems

The drafting of this White/Wiphala Paper was coordinated by the Global-Hub on Indigenous Peoples’ Food Systems and edited by a Technical Editorial Committee that summarised the main points received. The White/Wiphala Paper on Indigenous Peoples’ food systems is the result of collective work by indigenous and non indigenous experts, scientists and researchers. 

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Step-by-Step Guide to Deal with a Grasshopper Infestation

A team consisting of Arizona State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, PhotoNitride Devices and SunVapor are working together to create a two-junction tandem InGaN solar cell which can operate under high temperatures and solar concentration in parallel with a solar thermal system. InGaN was chosen because of its tunable bandgap and its robustness at elevated temperatures. This “topping cell” will incorporate with a solar-thermal system, resulting in higher overall system efficiency at lower overall cost per watt.

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Global and regional organizations

Organizations listed alphabetically by country

  • Yucatán State Plant Protection Committee (Comité Estatal de Sanidad Vegetal en el Estado de Yucatán, CESVY)

Newsletters and websites

Research labs