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The two Thematic Strategies will guide FAO’s work in these areas until 2031. The Council of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has endorsed two thematic strategies that will guide FAO’s work on climate change and on science, technology and innovation over the next decade.
As aquatic food plays an ever greater role in feeding the world's population, there is growing recognition that more action is needed to protect aquatic resources and fragile ecosystems. FAO has developed AquaGRIS, a global information system which collects, organizes and shares global information on genetic resources from farmed types...
The world’s food security depends on biodiversity: from domesticated crop varieties and livestock breeds, to wild species such as bees and earthworms that live in and around production systems, to whole ecosystems such as forests, grasslands, seagrass beds and coral reefs. However, much of this biodiversity is being lost or...
Investment in innovation and outreach vital to promote plant health, FAO Director-General says
Forest pathways for green recovery and building inclusive, resilient and sustainable economies