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Briefs for UN Security Council highlight how millions of people remain trapped in a vicious cycle of violence and hunger
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At least $109 million is urgently required for the provision of seeds and other agricultural inputs and services
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FAO and WFP say law will greatly enhance worldwide efforts to combat hunger and rural poverty
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FAO and UNHCR launch a technical handbook
Governments must do much more to provide the enabling conditions required for indigenous peoples, local communities, smallholders and their organizations to restore degraded landscapes and achieve climate change mitigation and adaptation in practice, according to FAO.
Graziano da Silva briefed Prime Minister Renzi - whose country takes over the G7 presidency in January 2017 - on aspects of FAO's work, especially in relation to fighting hunger, malnutrition and rural poverty and on ways of adapting agriculture and food systems to climate change
"Forestry for a low-carbon future: Integrating forests and wood products in climate change strategies" is a new FAO publication onw how to catalyse a “virtuous cycle” that exploits the life cycle of lumber products to enhance the ability of forests to remove carbon from the atmosphere.