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28/09/2021
Youth and future generations are among the ones who will be most impacted by climate change, water scarcity, degradation and loss of ecosystems, health crisis and the resulting loss in economic productivity. As a stakeholder group, youth is well-placed in making a strategic difference by their ability to adopt innovations...
27/09/2021
The UN Coalition on Combating Sand and Dust Storms chaired by FAO will organize the UNFCCC pre-COP26 side event titled “Sand and Dust Storms: A critical climate adaptation issue” virtually on 30 September 2021 from 10:00 to 11:00 CEST. Climate change will increase frequency and severity of Sand and Dust Storms (SDS), intensifying...
26/09/2021
Policy makers and stakeholders from 17 sub-Saharan African countries came together on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, to discuss the responsible governance of tenure as a vehicle to achieve Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN), combat drought and desertification. This webinar was the first of a capacity building process organized by the Food...
23/09/2021
To mark the 2021 United Nations Food Systems Summit (UNFSS), a group of 31 water experts call on for water resilience to be brought to the forefront of building resilient and sustainable food systems that can provision communities, economies and ecosystems into a rapidly changing world. This statement was endorsed by...
17/09/2021
Entre el 22 y 30 de septiembre, FAO organizará seminarios web en diferentes idiomas para presentar los últimos progresos y las necesidades de aceleración para alcanzar la meta 6.4 de los ODS. El acceso a agua y saneamiento y la gestión adecuada de los ecosistemas de agua dulce se encuentran en...
08/09/2021
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) today launched two practical instruments designed to encourage soil organic carbon maintenance and sequestration, a key tool for climate action. Carbon sequestration involves the removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in the form of soil organic carbon (SOC), with the...
01/09/2021
Marseille, France | 3-11 September 2021
This week global conservation experts will convene at the IUCN World Conservation Congress to set priorities and drive conservation and sustainable development action. The IUCN’s 1400+ government, civil society and indigenous peoples’ member organisations will vote on major issues, resulting in actions which can guide humanity’s relationship with our planet...
30/08/2021
The agriculture sector is at a pivotal moment and finding innovative solutions is essential to meeting water, energy and food demands. Circular approaches can help close the nutrient loop between the sanitation and agriculture sectors whilst addressing major global water, energy and food security issues. FAO and the Toilet Board Coalition...
26/08/2021
Two new reports from FAO map water stress levels and underscore urgency of water efficiency
 
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