Interview Martin Frick: Building resilience against the negative impacts of climate change
©FAO/Alessandra Benedetti
13 November 2015, Rome--- In the latest report by the IPCC – which is the leading international body for the assessment of climate change impacts - out of the 8 major risks associated with climate change the report states that four have either a direct impact on agriculture or are closely related to it. So, how is agriculture and food security being prioritized in climate change conversations at the international level? And what are the main issues that need to be considered when it comes to the effects of climate change on agriculture?

Martin Frick, Director of FAO's Climate, Energy and Tenure Division, talked to FAO Radio's Sandra Ferrari about the link between agriculture and climate change.
11min. 25sec.