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Climate Change

Climate change is a major problem nations must face together.

The way forward is fairly clear, but the magnitude of this challenge is far greater than any other issue on the horizon. At this point, the scientific evidence on climate change is unequivocal.

If we don’t take strong action, the consequences could be catastrophic for everyone. Climate change makes clear there are no national borders marked in the planet’s atmosphere.

Below you will find more information on the effects of climate change on global food prospects, as well as policy solutions to this pressing issue.

Further Reading

Impacts of Climate Change

Climate change disproportionately affects poor countries and poor people. We cannot address poverty without also addressing climate change.

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Women and Climate Change

Climate change has already begun to affect agricultural production and, consequently, women’s livelihoods and their ability to support the nutritional needs of their families.

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Trade and Climate Change

Two broadly accepted goals for the world community are: a) the achievement of fair and open trade; and b) clean-energy development to help mitigate climate change.

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Reversing the Trend

The U.S. is newly re-engaged in climate change negotiations. Elements of a post-2012 climate change agreement include support for climate change adaptation in poor, vulnerable countries.

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