When Hosne learned about Helen Keller’s horticulture and poultry training, she quickly enrolled to learn how she could ensure a nutritious diet for her family. With vegetable seeds in hand, Hosne began homestead gardening and rearing her own poultry.
Climate change is predicted to reduce maize and cotton yield in Punjab by 13% and 11% by 2050, according to a new study conducted by agriculture economists and scientists at Punjab Agricultural University (PAU).
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Boosting drought resilience, in part by focusing on local priorities, could cut long-term need for humanitarian aid, experts say. After four failed rainy seasons, 44% of people face hunger. $2 billion annual spending has not built resilience
As sea levels rise as a result of climate change, more and more places around the world are struggling with seawater inundation—where salt water from the sea is flooding further inland and destroying crops which can't cope with the increased salinity.
Climate change is forcing people around the world to abandon their homes. In the Pacific Islands, rising sea levels are leaving communities facing tough decisions about relocation. Some are choosing to stay in high-risk areas.