Recommendations for UNFCCC delegates from CAAS-IFPRI conference in Beijing
Today at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) side event “Climate Change and BRICS: Findings from the International Conference on Climate Change and Food Security,” recommendations from the International Conference on Climate Change and Food Security held in Beijing, November 7-8, will be shared. At the conference, scientists from the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) plus Indonesia and the United States reported results on the food security and climate change challenges facing their countries. Based on their research, they identified two sets of priority actions to address the challenges from climate change (a) strengthening public sector agricultural research and (b) increasing the amount, appropriateness, and accessibility of spatial data.
- Fighting hunger in a changing climate
Recommendations for the UNFCCC Delegates in Durban from Leading Scientists in the BRICS Countries, Indonesia, and the United States. December 2011.
- Conference website