Closing the Global Resilience:
The IFOAM climate change campaign explains the benefits of organic agriculture as high sequestration, low emission and food secure farming approach that mitigates the problems and challenges arise from global climate change. IFOAM advocates for the inclusion of organic agriculture in the national governments’ policy to address the climate change as well as hunger and poverty through the enhanced soil fertility and climate resilience from organic agriculture practices.
“Climate change is not just about carbon and carbon trade. The needs of people, their adaptation to climate change and their right to land must be safeguarded”
Farming in times of climate change: In a recently launched project, FiBL’s scientists are devising ways to make land uses water-efficient and nutrient-efficient, thus enhancing productivity and food security in arid zones. Read more.