UN Briefing Hunger, nutrition and climate change: A new dialogue

In April, the Hunger, Nutrition, and Climate Justice conference took place in Dublin, Ireland. According to the conference document “A New Dialogue: Putting People at the Heart of Global Development”: “Climate change impacts on food and nutritional security are exacerbating existing vulnerabilities and inequalities in resource access, especially for women who are primarily responsible for food production and for feeding families. This is unjust, because those who have done least to cause climate change will suffer disproportionately from its effects. Climate change is undermining the rights of vulnerable and marginalized people, including their right to food, to health, to water and to life itself.” Read article by Dominican Volunteer Kati Garrison