Food: From Vulnerability To Resilience

As temperatures increase and threaten the quantity and quality of our food supplies, international trade will be increasingly important to feed the world, in addition to new practices to enhance the resilience of our food systems. Future perspectives and solutions for a cultivated planet.

FAO. 2018. The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2018. Agricultural trade, climate change and food security. Rome. Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 IGO —

Enhancing the resilience of the food system

Changes in agricultural production in 2050: climate change relative to the baseline.
NOTE: The final boundary between the Republic of Sudan and the Republic of South Sudan has not yet been determined. The final status of the Abyei area has not yet been determined.
SOURCE: Based on data provided by Wageningen Economic Research. 2018. Climate Change and Global Market Integration: Implications for global economic activities, agricultural commodities and food security. SOCO 2018 Background Paper, Rome, FAO.

The burden of climate change on agriculture

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