The turmoil that has marked the last few years of pandemic and war and the consequent shocks to people’s lives and livelihoods require new approaches to agriculture that plan for disruptions and build in resilience.
IATP is part of the Climate Land Ambition and Rights Alliance (CLARA). This year, IATP participated in CLARA’s Net Zero Files and in remote support of CLARA members in Glasgow at COP26, including on the Article 6 negotiations.
The following article was originally published on IPS News on November 9, 2021.
As world leaders wrap up the U.N. Climate Summit in Glasgow, new scientific research shows that there is still a great deal of magical thinking about the contribution of fertilizer to global warming.
The unfolding climate catastrophe is front and center at the U.N. climate talks, where governments will make promises to reduce emissions, some sooner than others, with some of those promises more convincing than others.