How population growth will challenge efforts to end hunger and build sustainable food systems.
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A new paper models how outbreaks of rice disease in Asia might play out, and how policymakers can respond.
A new paper outlines how modeling can help countries devise policies to minimize carbon emissions while optimizing agricultural production.
There are many challenges confronting decision makers in building robust and effective policies. They must balance pressing short-term needs with long-run challenges. They must confront these varying demands while facing imperfect knowledge of the…
New study predicts more than 500,000 additional deaths by 2050 due to changed diets if no climate change mitigation is achieved.
IFPRI researchers recently received some attention for research on how climate change will affect croplands in the future. Using HADGEM2, a climate prediction model, Research Fellow Richard Robertson was able to predict what kinds of yields we might…
The 2015 GLF brings together individuals and organizations that have an impact on land use.
Challenges and options at global and national scales. Video now available from the Nov 10 Policy Seminar.
The agriculture sector plays an important role in the economic development of the Philippines, accounting for over 30 percent of total labor and contributing around 10 percent of the country’s total gross domestic product (GDP). The Philippines, and…
Post by IFPRI senior researcher Tim Thomas