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Trade and production
 
Evenemang
19 April 2018
Konsumera mat utan tropisk avskogning – går det?

Global handel av palmolja, soja och kött, arrangerat i komplexa nätverk av leverantörer, orsakar enorm tropisk avskogning. Hur kan akademi, näringsliv, offentlig sektor och civilsamhället...

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
 
Nyhet
26 August 2015
Break The Silos! A call for action from the HLPE on Water for Food Security and Nutrition

Water is required for all stages of food production - from growing to preparation, and it is no surprise that 70% of all fresh water withdrawals are used for agricultural purposes. Yet water and agriculture actions in most of the regions often operate with little or no coordination. 

Landscape management
Trade and production
Forests, Landscapes and Food Security
 
Nyhet
6 May 2015
Focali researcher Martin Persson will receive a scholarship award from Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf’s 50th Jubilee Fund

Focali researcher Martin Persson will receive a scholarship award of 100 000 SEK from Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf's 50th Jubilee Fund.

Climate change and resource conflict
Trade and production
 
Video
26 February 2015
The importance of rice as staple food in Senegal

SEI Researchers Adam John and Magnus Benzie travel through Senegal to explore how the country is planning to achieve food security in the face of climate change impacts both at home and...

Trade and production
Forests, Landscapes and Food Security
 
Nyhet
24 February 2015
New tool links global consumption with local-level impacts of production

Recent research, published by Focali members Javier Godar and Martin Persson with colleagues in Ecological Economics, develops a method to trace socio-environmental impacts of production to consumption.

Climate change and resource conflict
Trade and production
 
Nyhet
22 January 2015
How can import-dependent countries reduce vulnerabiity to food price shocks under the changing climate?

Many countries are highly dependent on food imports. It is important to recognize this as a form of climate vulnerability, as climate change impacts in producing countries are likely to exacerbate global food price shocks.

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
 
Blogg
12 December 2014
All’s well that ends well, EVEN for an Economist! Day 2 at the Chatham House Food Security Meeting

Melinda Fones Sundell, SIANI's Senior Advisor reflects on "Food Security: Mapping Risks, Building Resilience" conference held in London on the 1-2 December 2014.

Trade and production
Forests, Landscapes and Food Security
 
Nyhet
1 December 2014
New Research suggests International Trade is a Driver for Deforestation of Tropical Forests

International mechanisms like REDD are meant to work as an incentive for countries to slow down and possibly stop the rates of deforestation of valuable forests land. REDD is implemented in many countries around the world but the effectiveness and fairness of the strategy is debated in the policy and research arena. Is this the most effective way to encourage sustainable forestry?

Trade and production
 
Nyhet
27 May 2014
Is Your Lunch Sustainable? A Quest for Answers in a Globalized Food System

We have long known that what we eat affects our health, but we are only beginning to grasp how much our food affects the environment, close to home and around the world.