What we’ve been reading this week

This week’s summary on the news stories, reports and blogs that have grabbed our attention. We welcome your thoughts and comments on these articles.

Africa in a Post-2015 New Climate Change Agreement, PAEPARD

Traditional Foods Make A Comeback, Forbes

12 paths to strengthening food security and nutrition in an unstable world, The Guardian

Labeling for better or worse, Nature

Economic incentives and natural resource management among small-scale farmers: Addressing the missing link, ILRI

Better policy, finance needed to balance forests and farming, Thomson Reuters

Landscape approach could pave way to achieving SDGs, CIFOR

Ethiopian Farmer Finds Smart Way To Get Through Droughts, World Food Programme

Combating Food Waste By Feeding The Planet, National Geographic

Sustainable development goals could be compromised by cuts, MPs warn UK, The Guardian

The role of agribusiness and PPPs in advancing African agriculture, PAEPARD

A Climate Accord Based on Global Peer Pressure, New York Times

A Rare Look at Genetic Diversity in Our Food System, Food Tank

World without water: six solutions to a shortage, Financial Times

Global Environment Facility wants to coordinate green supply chains, Thomson Reuters Foundation

Global change, climate change upend livelihoods, food security in the Amazon, CIFOR

Villagers losing their land to Malawi’s sugar growers, BBC News

Reducing food waste takes more than finishing your plate, GRIST

Lima climate talks fall short, making 2015 breakthrough less likely, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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