Most importantly, Prof. De Schutter insists that strengthening the right to food and mitigating climate change can be mutually supportive. “Countries should exploit the synergies between combating climate change and fighting against hunger: Innovative agroecological modes of production, such as agroforestry and low external input agriculture, improve food production and incomes; and they have a positive impact on climate through reduced use of fossil fuels and carbon stocking in the case of agroforestry”

He reamins that the treat to food security is at the rrot of concerns about massive migration and threats to domestic and cross-border security. (


("Climate Change and the right to food - A comprehensive study, by Columbia Law School - Human",

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