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Agriculture

Article / 18th October 2017

Globally, 108 million people faced food crises in 2016, compared to about 80 million in 2015 – an increase of 35%, according to the 2017 Global Report on Food Crises. Another 123 million people were ‘stressed’, contributing to around 230 million such food insecure people in 2016, of whom 72% were in Africa.

Article / 4th October 2017

More than 30 years after the adoption of the Declaration on the Right to Development, business-as-usual will not be sufficient to achieve progress, a United Nations human rights expert has said.

Article / 28th September 2017

'A sensible and effective foreign policy recognizes that our safety and welfare is bound up with the safety and welfare of others around the world.' By Bernie Sanders.

Report / 18th September 2017

A UN report it reveals that in 2016 the number of chronically undernourished people in the world is estimated to have increased to 815 million, up from 777 million in 2015, although still down from about 900 million in 2000.

Report / 18th September 2017

国連の報告書によると、2000年の約9億人にはまだ達していないものの、2016年には世界の慢性栄養不足人口が2015年の7億7,700万人から8億1,500万人に増加したと推定されていることが明らかになりました。

Report / 1st August 2017

For over half a century the struggle against poverty has been a focus of global rhetoric. Rarely, however, do people ask the most important question: Who is going to fight poverty? This is where the concept of agroecology comes in, based on peasant farming systems - an approach that defends diversity against monoculture, and gives local markets priority over the global market. The following brochure was collaboratively produced by INKOTA-netzwerk, Brot für die Welt, FIAN, Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, MISEREOR, Oxfam and Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung.

Report / 1st August 2017

半世紀以上にわたり、貧困との戦いは世界的なレトリックの焦点となってきました。しかし、最も重要な質問をする人はほとんどいません。「誰が貧困と戦うのか?」 ここで、小農システムに基づいたアグロエコロジーの概念が登場します。これは、モノカルチャーから多様性を守り、世界市場よりも地元市場を優先するアプローチです。以下のパンフレットは、INKOTA-netzwerk、Brot für die Welt、FIAN、Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung、Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung、MISEREOR、Oxfam、Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung によって共同制作されました。

Article / 19th July 2017

Climate change is becoming a permanent reality affecting food supplies in many parts of the world, escalating a new international food crisis in 19 countries. As the trend of increasing migratory flows worsens, there is no escape from the need for a rapid reduction in carbon emissions, writes Paul Rogers for openDemocracy.

Article / 19th July 2017

気候変動は世界の多くの地域で食料供給に影響を与える恒久的な現実となっており、19か国で新たな国際食料危機が拡大しています。移民の流れが増加する傾向が悪化するにつれ、二酸化炭素排出量の急速な削減の必要性から逃れることはできない、とopenDemocracyのポール・ロジャース氏は書いています。

Article / 3rd May 2017

A global shift towards a vegan diet is vital to save the world from hunger, fuel poverty and the worst impacts of climate change, a UN report said today.