Climate

Climate change is already wreaking havoc on the stability of global food supplies. Instability is projected to grow as the magnitude and frequency of disruptive extreme weather events increases. More sustainable supply chains – from production to consumption – are necessary to reduce carbon emissions and build resilience to a changing climate. Read the latest news and stories below.
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Latest News

Seed delivery and investment initiative boosts Nigerian agriculture

Seed delivery and investment initiative boosts Nigerian agriculture

Sustainable castor initiative eyes the future and encourages the participation of women 

Sustainable castor initiative eyes the future and encourages the participation of women 

SHIFTING THE FOCUS OF CLIMATE INVESTMENT AT COP28

SHIFTING THE FOCUS OF CLIMATE INVESTMENT AT COP28

Cultivating Change: Celebrating the stories of small-scale farmers & workers around the world

Cultivating Change: Celebrating the stories of small-scale farmers & workers around the world

Coffee farmers in Colombia receive payments for carbon sequestration

Coffee farmers in Colombia receive payments for carbon sequestration

How &ranj Helped Turned Agroforestry into a Game that Everyone Wins

How &ranj Helped Turned Agroforestry into a Game that Everyone Wins

Scaling Up Jurisdictional Approaches: Opportunities & Challenges in the Amazon 

Scaling Up Jurisdictional Approaches: Opportunities & Challenges in the Amazon 

A Call to Rethink Climate Finance Strategies from a farmers-first perspective

A Call to Rethink Climate Finance Strategies from a farmers-first perspective

Climate change traps cotton farmers in a cycle of poverty

Climate change traps cotton farmers in a cycle of poverty

Featured Producer Stories

A VISIT TO BANGLADESH: WATER ACCESS TRANSFORMS VILLAGE LIFE & AGRICULTURE

Innovative approaches to water and land-use are changing agriculture in Bangladesh. Young farmers, like Tania and Rubel, have seen a profound effect.

A Love that unites Forests and Cocoa in Brazil

A mother of 11, a grandmother of 24, a great-grandmother of 2: Angelita Ferreira is a force of nature who dreams of producing the high-profile cocoa that some farmers in the region have become known for.

Banding together to conserve & restore mangrove habitat 

After a fire destroyed a large part of an important mangrove forest on Guatemala’s Pacific coast, national and international institutions joined the local ‘31 de Julio’ community to restore and conserve the vital ecosystem.

Publications

Financing Resilience for Small-scale Farmers

Cotton and Climate Paper

RECLAIM Sustainability! 2022 Progress Report

Coffee Barometer 2023

Monitoring primary & fallow forests using satellite imaging on coffee farms

Carbon Balance in Soybean Production in Matopiba