Climate Change and Food Security: Cross-Cutting Axes of Agricultural Policies

The present article examines the impact of climate change on food security, particularly from the point of view of agriculture, a relationship that must be borne in mind when public policies are being defined to improve food security. This implies promoting productive innovations that allow countries to face adverse climatic conditions in their effort to satisfy the demand for food of a growing population.


Issue Date:
Jul 31 2011
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/188603
Published in:
Comuniica Magazine
2011, 01-07 Jan-Jul
Total Pages:
9




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