Biodiversity

This report sheds a light on the critical role and the benefits of forest-dependent pollinators, explaining that forest management practices can have significant effects on pollinator abundance and diversity.

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Gender inequality, climate vulnerability and state fragility are strongly interlinked, this report states. Thus, gender considerations should also be fully reflected in emerging policy and programming on climate-related…

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Fisheries

Fish consumption is poised to increase further in the decade ahead, while aquaculture’s expansion will continue states this report.

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Nutrition

Progress in fighting malnutrition is too slow, the report states. The authors call for a change in global food systems and urges governments, business and civil society to step up efforts to address malnutrition in all…

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Food systems

This book underscores the importance of diverse, local foods. The authors show examples of how different varieties can be used to improve food, health, livelihoods and ecosystem services.

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Forestry

The report shows that the conservation of the world's biodiversity is utterly dependent on the way in which we interact with and use the world's forests.

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Land governance

Secure land tenure rights for all are essential for the realization of a wide range of human rights and a basic requirement to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, as they underpin economic development, ecological…

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Health

According to a recently published report by the World Food Program (WFP), more than 821 million people regularly go to bed hungry, over 100 million of whom suffer from acute hunger, largely because of anthropogenic…

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Health

The economic costs of the pandemic have been harsher than the direct impact of COVID-19 for the African continent, the authors of this report state. Nevertheless, without adequate protection, estimates show that hundreds…

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Fisheries

The impact of El Niño on fisheries and aquaculture depends on what type of ENSO event occurs, according to this report. Unfortunately, current forecast models have little ability to predict which (ENSO) type will occur.

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