Global Community Should Increase Commitment To Climate-Resilient Agriculture To Achieve Global Food Security

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: COP21: What It Means For Agriculture and Global Food Security
Nancy Stetson, special representative for global food security at the U.S. Department of State, discusses the link between climate change and sustainable agriculture and global food security, as well as the goals outlined in the COP21 agreement, writing, “Through innovative approaches such as climate-smart agriculture, new technologies, reducing land clearing and deforestation for agriculture, and a commitment to transforming the way we produce food, the agricultural sector can remain resilient and adapt to climate change in such a way that greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced” (1/8).

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