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Les éleveurs et leur bétail sont-ils responsables du changement climatique ?

20 Avril 2023
Rick de Satge

Cet article de blog fait partie de la série Quoi lire.

Alors que l'humanité s'efforce de comprendre les causes et les conséquences de la crise climatique qui s'aggrave, elle peut avoir tendance à simplifier à l'extrême les problèmes pour tenter d'identifier des solutions. Ces simplifications excessives découlent d'une analyse générale qui identifie l'ensemble de la production animale et des produits d'origine animale comme des facteurs clés du changement climatique.

Land rights for small producers: a critical solution to the world's food systems

16 Juillet 2021
Dr. Agnes M. Kalibata
Dr. Michael Taylor

Our food systems are in urgent need of transformation, as humanity faces one of our biggest challenges yet; feeding a future population of 10 billion people with safe and nutritious food while keeping a healthy planet. Our food system has the power to tip the scales and transform the future of our planet and humankind.

Ten land messages from ILDC2020 that India needs to listen to

10 Mars 2020
Mr. Pranab Choudhury

About 350 land actors from government, academia, civil society and business came together from more than 15 states and outside India to discuss and debate various land issues. In more than 30 sessions, about 150 speakers and panelists deliberated over 3 days around interdisciplinary land-conversations to generate important information and evidence for policy, practice and academics.

Ten important land messages that emerge from these land conversations are:

New York Global Landscapes Forum “Restore the Earth” 2019

07 Janvier 2020
Fiona Flintan

The Rangelands Initiative of the International Land Coalition (ILC) is drawing attention to rangelands and drylands at the highest levels, in order to find solutions to the challenges faced by local populations that live and work there, and to encourage appropriate investment including in securing land rights and good governance, building resilience to drought and other shocks or stresses, and increasing rangeland productivity.


We want peasants

26 Septembre 2018
Olivier De Schutter

This week in Geneva, the Human Rights Council is expected to take a position on the follow-up to a draft Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other Persons Working in Rural Areas. Five years after the start of the negotiations, we are at a turning point.