Food prices are a matter of life and death to many in the developing world.
The new wave of land deals is not the new investment in agriculture that millions had been waiting for. The poorest people are being hardest hit as competition for land intensifies.
As the latest United Nations climate change negotiations being held in Bonn, drew to a close today, Tim Gore, Oxfam's climate change policy advisor said;
Brazil has made impressive recent strides in reducing poverty, food insecurity and hunger.
Today, the world’s natural resources are under increasing pressure and are often the object of important power struggles between corporations, states and communities. National go
India is home to a quarter of the world’s hungry people.
For families living in Nepal’s remote highland regions, chronic food insecurity and hunger are part of daily life.
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