Green Cameroon on Climate Change

In some parts of the world, climate change is expected to intensify the amount of precipitation that will erode the soil. This has far-reaching consequences. For example, it will result in a loss of fertile soil, reduced agricultural productivity, and thereby threaten the food supply for the world’s population. Based on a global model, a study now predicts how soil loss from water erosion is likely to change by the year 2070.
Nature Conservation
Food systems are widely ignored in national climate plans although they account for up to 37 per cent of all greenhouse gas emissions. In a new report, experts show how to enhance Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) for Food Systems, presenting 16 ways policymakers could take more action, from farm to fork.

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