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Climate change hits poor and hungry people the hardest

Sustainable development is inseparable from peace, FAO Director-General tells Paris climate conference
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African Union Commission, Thai Ministry and National Geographic Society receive awards from FAO

Prizes honour outstanding contributions to global food security, nutrition and sustainable agriculture
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Netherlands donates $7 million to improve water management in Near East and Africa

Remote sensing satellite imagery will help to identify areas where water use produces poor crops
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Surge in climate change-related disasters poses growing threat to food security

In developing countries the agriculture sector bears much of the economic impact
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World mayors' meeting to be hosted by FAO in 2016

FAO and Milan to support the work of 116 cities that have signed on to a new urban food pact aimed at fighting hunger and waste, improving nutrition
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Live now: FAO Awards Ceremony 2015

FAO helps raise fishers’ income through improved pig rearing and biogas production
FAO project helps countries fight cassava pink mealybug infestation
Wrapping up the International Year of Soils
The 6 key messages to take away from #IYS2015
Quiz – do you have a taste for pulses?
Get to know your mung from your urad!
The Second Conference “Seeding Nutrition Harvesting Health” organized by the World Farmers’ Organization took place in FAO Headquarters
Status of the World Soil Resources Report to be released on 4 December 2015
The purpose of the report is to carry out the first ever global assessment of soils and soil change