Climate action and nutrition: Pathways to impact

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Reports and discussion papers

Climate change and malnutrition are two of the biggest challenges facing humanity today. Responding to climate change and malnutrition reveals a range of areas where the two interact and how addressing one can have positive impacts on the other. 

On Wednesday 25th October 2023, at the CFS51 side event "Integrating Climate and Nutrition: an essential action for zero hunger", FAO and its partners presented the Initiative on Climate Action and Nutrition (I-CAN) and launched two publications highlighting the crucial links between nutrition and climate change, and how developing joint responses can accelerate action on both issues. The event also highlighted numerous projects from the Global Agriculture & Food Security Program (GAFSP)  that are already implementing efforts that put integrated climate and nutrition responses into action.

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