Climate-Smart Food Systems for Enhanced Nutrition. Policy Brief No. 2

Nutrient-rich foods are particularly susceptible to climate change impact

Abstract

This policy brief explains the challenges of meeting both agricultural and nutritional needs in the face of climate change. It identifies specific opportunities for policy change that can simultaneously enhance food and nutrition security.

A 2-page summary is also appended.

This output is funded under the Department for International Developments Global Panel on Agriculture & Food Systems for Nutrition Programme

Citation

Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition. Climate-Smart Food Systems for Enhanced Nutrition. Policy Brief No. 2. Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition, London, UK (2015) 16 pp.

Published 1 January 2015