This report aims at providing an evidence-based, comprehensive analysis of the relationships between forestry and FSN. It clarifies the links between sustainable forestry and FSN. It considers how sustainable forestry can address competing demands and contribute to FSN in the long term.
There are significant and under-appreciated risks and vulnerabilities in the global food trade and key physical chokepoints where things could go wrong, according to this report published today by the think tank Chatham House.
On 1 January 2016, implementation of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was officially started. Meeting the 2030 targets in southern Africa – a region where common development challenges result in shared risks and common future prospects – is not without its challenges.