Harry Verhoeven, senior research scholar with Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, answers questions about the implications for the world’s least developed countries.
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As part of its goal to increase food security in six countries, the ACToday project has helped develop new climate services that lead to better agricultural decision making.
In early 2021, ACToday, Cheikh Anta Diop University and Senegal’s national meteorological service organized a three-hour webinar to launch discussions about connections between climate and nutrition.
In the last year, project members trained more than 1,600 professionals and graduate students on integrating climate knowledge into food planning and policy, to help combat hunger.
Climate change is an ongoing threat to human health and environments—including food and water sources around the world—and the world is running out of time to change course, the report concludes.
Farming in the ocean requires little more than sun and sea water to provide nutritious food, create jobs, and restore coastlines.
The training will review pressing issues related to agricultural investments and introduce practical skills.
In a world where many countries depend on agricultural imports, warming climate increases the odds that multiple important crops could fail.
We continued to service our GNSS and RSET-MH equipment measuring land subsidence in coastal Bangladesh. Long distances, poor roads and slow ferries made for very long days, but we were able to complete the work at the sites.
A new Earth Institute primer lays out the basics of achieving sustainable agriculture on a global scale.