Climate change is predicted to have severe consequences for South Asia, particularly in agriculture, which employs more than 60 per cent of the region’s labor force.
Farmers in Southern Africa are experiencing changes to their climate that are different in magnitude to what they have experienced in the past.
EU Finance Ministers today adopted a report on Europe’s progress towards its share of the $30 billion promised by rich countries at the 2009 Copenhagen climate summit to help poor countries
At the height of the food price crisis in 2008, the Philippines was among the countries with ‘severe localized food insecurity’, requiring external assistance in food. A series of
More robust rules are needed to tackle food speculation
New rules proposed today by the European Commission will shed light on betting on food commodities by financial traders, bu