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Year: 2009
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Year: 2009
The recent sharp increase in food prices should have benefited millions of poor people who make their living from agriculture
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Year: 2009
Governments are legally bound to ensure the right to food for all
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Year: 2009
Higher temperatures, more variable precipitation, and changes in the frequency and severity of extreme climate events will have significant consequences for food production and food security
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Year: 2008
More than 80% of the population in Nepal are still dependant directly and indirectly on agriculture for their livelihoods
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Year: 2008
Global food prices are up 83 per cent compared with three years ago
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Year: 2008
There are three basic ways to reduce poverty: redistribute productive assets (especially land) to the poor; provide direct income supplements or subsidies to the poor; and connect the poor to rapid, sustained economic growth
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Year: 2008
For several years, Euromontana has been working on mountain quality food products
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Year: 2008
The project, Impacts of Climate Change on Chinese Agriculture, sought to understand how climate change will affect rural China
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Year: 2008
Millions of people around the world are suffering food shortages, unaffordable food prices and hunger, primarily due to industrial farming, bad harvests related to climate change, unjust terms of trade and the rush for biofuels
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