Agriculture / CCAFS / Climate Change / Environment / Food Security

Experts gather in Nairobi to plan campaign on climate threat to global hunger and poverty

Leading agriculture and climate scientists, policymakers, farmers, and development experts from around the world will gather in Nairobi on May 4 to focus on the threat of climate change to the global food supply. If not dealt with, climate change could imperil efforts to reduce poverty and hunger and threaten the stability of entire nations as farmers struggle in hotter and more uncertain conditions to feed a population set to reach 9 billion people by 2050.

Read more … (Rural Climate Exchange)

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