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.

Food and the Transformation of Africa, Foreign Affairs

Paris climate summit will hinge on climate aid – poor nations, Thomson Reuters Foundation

More women researchers needed ‘to deliver food security’, BBC News

Common land: the fightback starts here, Thrive

Incoming Canadian PM Justin Trudeau pledges new action on climate change ahead of Paris meeting, ABC News

How the Green Climate Fund Can Help Us Realize Global Goal 2 and End Hunger, Huffington Post

Playing chicken with conservation & climate change, Conservation Blog

Beating climate change is key to making nutritious food needed to beat hunger, The Guardian

Celebrating World Food Day, Foodtank

Climate change means just that: we must change with the climate, CCAFS

An African take on the Sustainable Development Goals, Brookings

Gender and Sustainability: A Matter of Balance, Thrive

What progress has been made in tackling world hunger? Institute of Development Studies

“Climate change is the biggest challenge the food industry currently faces” video, Resilient Supply Chains

Human aflatoxicosis in developing countries: a review of toxicology, exposure, potential health consequences, and interventions, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Beefed-up climate deal draft forms basis for UN talks, Thomson Reuters Foundation

2015 Global Agriculture Productivity Report, Global Harvest Initiative

Ethiopia appeals for international aid in face of deepening food insecurity, The Guardian

FAO: Social protection can help farmers out of poverty, BBC News

Delivering Sustainable Development Goals in Africa, International Policy Digest

Banana Extinction is in the Horizon Once More, Food World News

Rocky start to Bonn climate talks, DW

In 2050 there will be 9 billion people on earth​. H​ow will we feed them? – visualisation, The Guardian

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