Property rights and miracle trees: Growing climate-smart agriculture in Zambia

Joseph Zulu works with a community surveyor to map and record the boundaries of his family’s farm as part of customary land certification program. With clearer, stronger property rights, Mr. Zulu will have greater incentives to invest in and conserve his most important asset: his land. Photo by: Jeremy Green / The Cloudburst Group...

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How climate change affects malnutrition

A farmer works in the fields. More innovative solutions for nutrition and climate-smart agriculture are essential to ending hunger and malnutrition. Photo by: Abt Associates   End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture by 2030 — that is the second Sustainable Development Goal,...

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Hungry People Forced Into Downward Spiral By Disasters

Nov 20, 15 Hungry People Forced Into Downward Spiral By Disasters

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Hungry people are at greater risk of suffering badly from disasters, as a crisis can leave them with even less food, forcing them into a downward spiral, risk experts said. Governments in the 10 countries ranked most vulnerable to disasters in the WorldRiskIndex 2015 – including Guatemala, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Papua New...

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