The United Nations recently warned that the period 2023-2027 will be the warmest on record. This will have serious and irreversible impacts on health, food security, water management, and the environment (WMO, 2023). Droughts increased by 29% compared to 2000 and more than 2.3 billion people are suffering from water scarcity (UNCCD, 2022). 

Beyond figures, what are the implications for people?

Smallholder farmers, pastoralists, fisherfolk, Indigenous Peoples, agricultural and food workers,   women and youth from across the globe reveal the impacts of climate change and water crises on their food rights and how they address them in this eye-opening interactive report.

The Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples’ Mechanism (CSIPM) urges the UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS) to continually monitor and update their policy recommendations on climate change (CFS 39, 2012) and water (CFS 42, 2015) to reflect current challenges. The report calls for broader, targeted dissemination by CFS Member States to unlock the true transformative potential of these policies for food security and nutrition.


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