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In this report, Progressio warns that decades of neglect by governments of small scale farmers who feed 2 billion people worldwide - a third of humanity - have stretched poor farming communities to breaking point, requiring urgent action.
This report explores potential new models which might both address climate change and be resilient to it, featuring several case studies from Progressio.
The world's most critical environmental and social problems will only be solved by 'a new vision of development', declared Progressio's Head of Advocacy Joanne Green at a summit meeting of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in New York yesterday.
Addressing heads of government and NGO representatives from around the world and speaking alongside the UK's Director of Policy and Research in the Department for International Development, Andrew Steer, Joanne stated that the current world food crisis and spiralling environmental degradation are …