Climate programs must take more than just climate into account. A new framework for policy makers.
As Puerto Rico and other areas hit by recent natural disasters begin the recovery process, research shows that government assistance yields more than just material benefits.
With Malawi soon to release its National Resilience Strategy, stakeholders explore how to overcome malnutrition and other food system vulnerabilities.
Participants at an IFPRI forum discuss how best to leverage research efforts and climate-smart agriculture to help the global poor withstand climate change.
New research suggests that integrating agriculture into reforestation projects could have substantial benefits for global food security.
The Pacific climate oscillation is contributing to intensifying rainfall events and droughts in southern Africa.
U.S. corn farmers have largely avoided rising temperatures during growing seasons. What happens when climate change kicks in?
A new paper outlines the gaps and opportunities in research on climate, gender, and food systems.
A new IFPRI discussion paper outlines the challenges of building global food security in an era of global warming, especially for the rural poor.
With IFPRI's input, stakeholders from Colombia's agriculture, forestry, and land use sectors worked together in an innovative, collaborative process to plan out ways to reduce carbon emissions under the Paris climate agreement.