Forests for food security and nutrition
Forests provide an estimated one billion people globally with nutritious foods. Their products are consumed directly by people living in and around forests and are also sold, generating income for rural populations. In this way, forests and trees on farms make a major contribution to global food security. However, they have often been given little priority in national policymaking related to food security.
Référence: F0028/en
9min. 52sec.
Langue: Anglais, Français, Espagnol
Sujet(s): Environnement/Ressources naturelles, Forêts, Production & stocks alimentaires, Sécurité alimentaire