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Hope on the horizon

Feeding the world in a changing climate

2012 Available in English

A woman collecting animal droppings to sell and use as fertiliser, Dosso Province, Niger. Photo: Richard Hanson/Tearfund

This report asks how we might respond to the increasingly detrimental impact of climate change on hunger.

It argues that smallholder farmers should be better supported as they try to adapt to climate change and that the UK government urgently needs to develop a more equitable global food system.

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