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New OXFAM Report - World dangerously unprepared for climate impacts on food
Oxfam’s new briefing paper, “Hot and Hungry: How to stop climate change derailing the fight against hunger” (available in resources section of this site). The report highlights how the global food system is dangerously unprepared for climate change impacts and is likely to put back the fight against hunger by decades. The warning comes as governments gather in Japan to agree a major, new...
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Youth in Agriculture - is the tide turning?
I heard an interesting interview yesterday on Radio Australia’s “Bush Telegraph” programme. After years of declining enrolments in agriculture courses at university level in the last 2 years enrolments are rising in Australian Universities– between 15 – 20 per cent this year! There is an interview with a young ag student and it was very interesting to hear his motivations – something for us...
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Sweet Success Revitalizing Cocao Production in Sao Tome
Susan Beccio, Photo Editor in IFAD’s Communications Division, is in São Tome and Principe this week, documenting IFAD-supported activities in the island nation off the western equatorial coast of Central Africa. Here are some of her impressions, in words and pictures, written for the IFAD Social Reporting Blog. I thought that our partners and stakeholders in PNG and the Solomon Islands might...
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