Climate Smart Agriculture Must Be Nutrition Smart Too

In this article, Patrick Webb argues that the promotion of climate-smart agriculture in the coming year represents a unique opportunity for nutrition advocates. Policymakers focused on climate change benefit from nutrition advocacy on a number of issues that the two sectors share, such as support for farmers to innovate to address climate-related problems, nutrition value of crops in food security, and the establishment of agricultural systems that are sustainable in the future.

Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition, December 2014