The continuous growth of the world population and the increase in the demand for food, means that every day the production of food is insufficient to guarantee the future of the balanced diet of the inhabitants of the planet earth.View More World population growth threat future sustainability humanity.
The World Day to Combat Desertification 2015 Theme: Attainment of food security for all throught sustainable food systems. 17 June, 2015. The World Day to Combat Desertification (WDCD) is observed worldwide on 17 June every year. The focus this year is “attainment of food security…View More World Day to Combat Desertification
Prolonged drought, rising temperatures and coffee rust, the growing crisis in Central America Posted by John Magrath Programme Researcher Oxfam, 5 Dec 2014, Great Britain. Increasingly severe climate conditions are having a devastating impact on food security and livelihoods in Central America. The prolonged droughts…View More Prolonged drought, rising temperatures and coffee rust, the growing crisis in Central America
África – Flood in the Sahel: 8 out of 10 children need immediate help Fides Agence, 09/08/2012 Niamey, Niger. Mali, Niger and Senegal are currently the countries most affected by the floods that are occurring in the Sahel. The food crisis due to the recent…View More África – Flood in the Sahel: 8 out of 10 children need immediate help
Drought and hunger in Africa Environment 02.06.10 The Sahel, the semi-arid strip of land that across Africa and bordering the southern Sahara, again facing the threat of famine. The World Food Programme United Nations warned that some 10 million people could go hungry over…View More Drought and hunger in Africa