Researchers drilling into the many moving parts of food systems say that greenhouse-gas emissions have been systematically underestimated.
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A new study finds that summer monsoon rainfall in India will become stronger and more erratic, posing a threat to the region’s agriculture and economy.
The Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment’s annual training session will be held online in June 2021.
A new study traces the political and economic forces that led to the creation and development of Los Glaciares National Park in Patagonia.
Irrigated agricultural plains in regions of High Mountain Asia are driving increased snowfall accumulation, protecting glaciers from temperature rises.
Despite certification initiatives having the objective of sustainability, sugar plantations from Cameroon to Cambodia continue to ignite controversy and conflict.
In order to sustainably feed a growing population, Africa must shift to an agricultural system that recognizes the value of both people and nature.
In August of 2019, Colombia’s national meteorological service, IDEAM, launched a state-of-the-art climate forecasting system called NextGen.
ACToday aims to combat hunger and improve food security by increasing climate knowledge in Ethiopia, Senegal, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Colombia, and Guatemala.