Climate Change


Restoring mangroves for climate-resilient fisheries in the Gambia

The Gambia contributes just 0.01 percent to global greenhouse...

Threat of El Niño looms, FAO prepares anticipatory actions with Members and partners

After a protracted three-year presence La Niña has left the global atmospheric scene, making way for a likely imminent transition to El Niño, a meteorological...

The State of the Global Climate and implications for food and agriculture

The devastating impacts of climate change and extreme weather on agriculture and food security featured prominently in the latest

New FAO climate change website launched on the occasion of International Mother Earth Day

Protecting our planet from the climate crisis through sustainable agrifood systems is fundamental if we are to ensure food security for the world’s...

More trees, less water stress in El Salvador

Restoring ecosystems replenishes vital water sources in the Central American Dry Corridor

Nepal pursues a locally led adaptation approach to implement climate plans

April 2023 – Nepal is home of the Himalayas and a country with a unique topography, including the world's highest peaks and deep river...

On first-ever International Day of Zero Waste, FAO puts the spotlight on bioeconomy

Bioeconomy promotes responsible production and consumption of renewable natural resources, contributing to climate action and protecting biodiversity

International Day of Zero Waste

Bioeconomy Talks: Plastics waste in agriculture with Richard Thompson and Giulia Carcasci

Accelerating change for water security in Jordan

Climate change is primarily a water crisis, but sustainable water management offers solutions, from harvesting rainwater to storing treated wastewater