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Rome - FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva called for healthier and more sustainable food systems, and said agroecology can contribute to such a transformation. José Graziano da Silva made the call during his opening remarks at the 2nd International Agroecology...

This month FAO welcomed the new Head of the Geospatial Unit, Douglas Muchoney and launched its website: ‘Geospatial information for sustainable food systems’. Both come at an opportune moment as FAO expands its work to implement appropriate geospatial solutions...

Rome - A new report out today sounds the alarm regarding surging levels of acute hunger. Some 124 million people in 51 countries were affected by acute food insecurity during 2017 — 11 million more people than the year before — according...

Rome/Hanoi - Natural disasters are costing farmers in the developing world billions of dollars each year, with drought emerging as the most destructive in a crowded field of threats that also includes floods, forest fires, storms, plant pests, animal diseases outbreaks,...

Montego Bay, Jamaica – Mexico and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations will work together to improve climate change adaptation and resilience in the Caribbean.

Mexico will allocate US $ 4.3 million - over the next five years...