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FAO - 2021 Impact of disasters and crises on agriculture and food security

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Document Type: Informes y evaluaciones
Document Type: English
Publish Date: 6 April 2021 (1 year ago)
Upload Date: 31 March 2022 (5 months ago)
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FAO - 2021 Impact of disasters and crises on agriculture and food security

Document Type: Informes y evaluaciones
Document Language: English
On top of a decade of exacerbated disaster loss, exceptional global heat, retreating ice and rising sea levels, humanity and our food security face a range of new and unprecedented hazards, such as megafires, extreme weather events, desert locust swarms of magnitudes previously unseen, and the COVID-19 pandemic. Agriculture underpins the livelihoods of over 2.5 billion people – most of them in low-income developing countries – and remains a key driver of development. At no other point in history has agriculture been faced with such an array of familiar and unfamiliar risks, interacting in a hyperconnected world and a precipitously changing landscape. And agriculture continues to absorb a disproportionate share of the damage and loss wrought by disasters. Their growing frequency and intensity, along with the systemic nature of risk, are upending people’s lives, devastating livelihoods, and jeopardizing our entire food system. This report makes a powerful case for investing in resilience & disaster risk reducti

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  • Food and Agriculture Organization

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  •  Food Security
  •  Livelihood & Social cohesion
  •  Agriculture
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