Climate change and food security: risks and responses
Climate change impacts directly agroecosystems, which in turn has a potential impact on agricultural production, which drives economic and social impacts, which impact livelihoods. In other words, impacts translate from climate to the environment, to the productive sphere, to economic and social dimensions. Therefore, ensuring food security in the face of climate change is among the most daunting challenges facing humankind. Action is urgently needed now to reduce vulnerability and increase the resilience of food systems to ensure food security and good nutrition for all.
|Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
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|Studies and reports
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