The world needs to produce at least 50% more food to feed 9 billion people by 2050. But climate change could cut crop yields by more than 25%. The land, biodiversity, oceans, forests, and other forms of natural capital are being depleted at unprecedented rates. Unless we change how we grow our food and manage our natural capital, food security—especially for the world’s poorest—will be at risk.
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December 4, 2015 — Vulnerable to increasingly severe cyclones and drought, Madagascar is adapting agricultural infrastructures to withstand the effects of climate change and boost food security.
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