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.
The U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate accord means nations should redouble their efforts to invest in sustainable, resilient agriculture.
For 25 years, we've been examining the role of gender in agriculture and in building resilience to climate change.
A new book argues that reforms to agriculture can reduce poverty and fuel national economic growth.
At COP22 in Marrakesh, IFPRI researchers offer ideas on how Africa and the developing world can avert rising hunger and other climate impacts.
Targeted taxes on carbon-intensive foods such as beef can help combat climate change while improving public health.
As the COP22 climate conference convenes in Marrakesh Nov. 7-18, a look at the role IFPRI's climate research plays in helping countries formulate adaptation policies.
New IFPRI research offers insights into how the Pacific island nations of Fiji, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, and Vanuatu can adapt to climate pressures on fisheries.
A new paper outlines how modeling can help countries devise policies to minimize carbon emissions while optimizing agricultural production.