With these seven questions in hand, farmers and other guardians of nature have a better chance in boosting resilience of their natural systems, with the help of policy measures, political pressure and commitments from the private sector.
Op-Ed in Thomson-Reuters: Groundwater is vital for food, drinking water and climate adaptation. But it's under threat. 700+ groundwater experts from more than 75 countries call for three urgent global actions.
Irrigation infrastructure is fast expanding Myanmar in order to boost the production of rice. But this is harming river health and inland fisheries due to lack of proper planning, according to new research, which is calling for a more integrated approach to support both fisheries and rice farming.
Climate related disasters are increasing at an alarming rate and adversely affecting human vulnerability and food security worldwide. But utilizing technology andlocal-level adaptation plans, backed by investment, partnerships and fortitude, are critical for readiness and mitigation.
With climate change upping the disaster scale in modern times, there is an urgent call for a proactive and collaborative approach between stakeholders, to manage and mitigate disasters more effectively
Climate change, increasing demand and over usage is taxing our water resources more than ever. Smallholder farmers will be the worst affected and the most vulnerable. A new report from the Global Commission on Adaptation (GCA) shows us how to rethink about our water usage, our food systems, and our diets.