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.
New research suggests that declines in wild fish species may compromise nutrition in an already poor region. Substituting cultivated species may not help.
Una nueva investigación sugiere que una disminución de especies de peces silvestres puede comprometer la nutrición en una región que ya padece de inseguridad alimentaria. Es posible que la sustitución de especies cultivadas no ayude.
A new study finds that diversifying India’s crops could provide better nutrition for 200 million undernourished people.
|December 4, 2019
Students in a sustainable development class learned how complicated it can be to account for economic, environmental and social concerns, even in something as simple as planning a meal.
Replacing some rice with less thirsty crops could help to sustainably feed a rapidly growing population.
The project will focus on climate threats to food and nutrition in six developing countries, bringing research out of the lab and into the real world.
On April 27, 2017, the Earth Institute, the School of International and Public Affairs, the Agriculture and Food Security Center and the Columbia Water Center presented the third annual Forum on Sustainable Agriculture, on Building Regenerative Food Systems.
The Earth Institute will offer nine research assistant opportunities for undergraduate students during the Spring 2016 semester.
Climate change is complicating global efforts to end malnutrition. Even small and seasonal fluctuations in climate can have big impacts on food availability.