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Food, Climate & Nutrition: Delivering Win-Win-Win Solutions

The Hoffmann Centre has prepared a collection of articles that highlight the synergies between food, climate and nutrition. The goal of these publications is to foster constructive discussion and to contribute to a coherent land use vision as well as common approaches and actionable programmes for sustainable food and land systems that meet a myriad of development, food security and climate needs.

Agriculture, land use and land use change accounts for 24 per cent of GHG emissions today. Solutions are emerging, particularly at the interface between food, climate and nutrition, with great potential to reduce emissions and to deliver other benefits such as food security and public health. However, land-based solutions have been severely underfunded compared to traditional climate sectors, such as transport and energy, and also lack a shared and coherent approach.

The objective of this collection is to support the development of a shared vision and actionable agenda for sustainable food and land systems that meet a myriad of development, food security and climate needs.

These publications have been prepared thanks to the generous support of the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF).  

Collection (4 publications)

  • Breaking the Vicious Circle: Food, Climate & Nutrition

    Long read by Rob Bailey, Bernice Lee and Tim Benton

    11 Jun 2018  •  35 min read

  • Interventions: Sustainable & Healthy Populations

    Article by Laura Wellesley

    11 Jun 2018  •  15 min read

  • Interventions: Natural Infrastructure

    Article by Ana Yang

    11 Jun 2018  •  15 min read

  • Interventions: Sustainable Agriculture Production

    Article by Richard King

    11 Jun 2018  •  13 min read