Latest research has shown that the impacts of climate change are already evident in Irish marine waters, with the patterns of harmful algal blooms changing in recent decades. The research, undertaken by the Marine Institute, also indicates that the o
Food systems lie at the intersection of the many critical challenges facing us today: from fighting climate change, to halting biodiversity loss to reducing waste.
Meeting such challenges requires urgent action, as set out in the objectives for a sus
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Climate change is a relevant driver of emerging risks. While a broad range of forward-looking studies and reports examine the impact of climate change on food security, future cha
An EFSA-led international team has developed a method to identify and define climate-related emerging risks for food and feed, nutrition, plant and animal health. A new report details the CLEFSA approach with a webinar planned later in 2020.
Lay of the Land outlines the need for a transformation in our food and farming system in order to respond to the climate emergency and restore biodiversity, improve the public's health and wellbeing in all communities and develop Northern Ireland's d
A food systems approach (FSA) is a useful interdisciplinary conceptual framework for research and policy aimed at sustainable solutions for the sufficient supply of healthy food. A new report about this approach, entitled “The food systems approach:
The European Commission's Joint Research Centre ("JRC") has prepared an update on pasture conditions in Europe, with a particular focus on regions in central and northern EU countries that have experienced exceptionally dry conditions.
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