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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.

Climate Week NYC 2018

UNFCCC Executive Secretariat Patricia Espinosa will deliver a keynote speech today, September 24th, to kick-off the 10th annual Climate Week NYC, where government ministers, investors,

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Uneven progress in Bangkok casts shadow over COP24 climate talks

The extra round of negotiations to define the rules of the Paris climate agreement closed in Bangkok without satisfactory steps forward on the rulebook due to be adopted at COP24 in December. “We cannot allow Katowice to remind us of Copenhagen”, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said.

The future of Antarctica we want

The future of Antarctica we want

What will Antarctica look like in 2070? Two different scenarios explore how Antarctica and the Southern Ocean will change over the next 50 years. Choices made in the next decade will determine long-term consequences for Antarctica and the rest of the globe, according to a research recently published on Nature.