Ag, food security at heart of climate action

FAO unveils new Global Framework for Action on water scarcity at COP22 summit.

The world must rapidly move to scale up actions and ambitions on climate change, U.N. Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) director-general Jose Graziano da Silva told delegates at the U.N. Climate Change conference (COP22) in Morocco.

Speaking at the high-level action day on agriculture and food security, Graziano da Silva noted that climate change effects on agriculture — including crops, livestock, forestry, fisheries, land and water — are already undermining global efforts

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