Connecting development actors in Ethiopia: linking climate change, nutrition and gender

21st November 2014
One of the issues high on the agenda at this weeks United Nations Climate Summit is food security. As demonstrated in the latest IPCC report, climate change is having an impact on already worrying levels of hunger and undernutrition in the world. This evidence has reinforced the importance of agriculture becoming more climate smart in order to: increase food security, adapt to build resilience, and reduce agriculture’s greenhouse gas emissions (mitigation).

Our Climate Change Resource Guide editor Fatema Rajabali, writing for the Knowledge, Technology and Society blog, reflects on some recent work in Ethiopia which looked at how nutritionists, agriculturalists, gender, environmental and climate change professionals are starting to talk to one another and respond to the need for climate smart agriculture. You can read the full blog here.

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