No Food Security without Climate Protection!
It is undisputed that climate change is having a negative impact on food and nutrition security, especially for the most vulnerable people in the Global South. Its mitigation is the central task of member states of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which is meeting for the 26th time this year. Progress in international climate policy has so far been insufficient. Greenhouse gas emissions are on the rise again, and pressure is mounting on member states to take decisive action. The climate conference in Glasow must now deliver more ambitious, national climate targets and packages of measures with sufficient funding for climate protection and adaptation, otherwise achieving food security will become an unmanageable goal.