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Welfare impacts of seasonal maize price fluctuations in Malawi

Décembre, 2023
Malawi

Maize prices fluctuate significantly throughout the year in Malawi, creating winners and losers depending on who is selling and who is buying the staple at different times. We link maize market price data to nationally and temporally representative household survey data on maize sales and purchases to quantify welfare gains and losses throughout the year. A stable maize price would lead to only a modest increase in Malawi’s total social surplus when summed across a whole year, but a dramatic reduction in hunger during the lean season.

Fish consumption in India: Patterns and trends

Décembre, 2023
India

This study investigates the dynamics of fish consumption in India from 2005 to 2021, using comprehensive, nationally representative surveys conducted by the Government of India. It reveals significant growth in fish consumption in India, driven by population growth, increased wealth and shifting consumption patterns. The findings suggest potential for further growth and highlight regional disparities that could inform policy and intervention strategies.

Mitigate+: Food Loss and Waste country profile Vietnam: Estimates of Food Loss and Waste, associated GHG emissions, nutritional losses, land use and water footprints

Décembre, 2023
Global

Theoretically, the world produces enough food to nourish the growing world population. Although precise data remains scarce, according to most recent studies, globally each year possibly as much as 30 per cent of the food produced is being lost or wasted somewhere between farm and fork. This not only represents a threat to food security but also severely and negatively impacts our food systems and natural resources. Food Loss and Waste (FLW) accounts for around 8 to 10 percent of our global Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHGEs).

Mitigate+: Food Loss and Waste country profile Kenya: Estimates of Food Loss and Waste, associated GHG emissions, nutritional losses, land use and water footprints

Décembre, 2023
Global

Theoretically, the world produces enough food to nourish the growing world population. Although precise data remains scarce, according to most recent studies, globally each year possibly as much as 30 per cent of the food produced is being lost or wasted somewhere between farm and fork. This not only represents a threat to food security but also severely and negatively impacts our food systems and natural resources. Food Loss and Waste (FLW) accounts for around 8 to 10 percent of our global Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHGEs).

Integrating climate security into policies: Roadmap for Yemen

Décembre, 2023
Yemen

This roadmap aims to guide Yemeni policymakers in streamlining climate security consideration into policy and to highlight priorities for support to donors by providing short, medium, and long-term needs and requirements for mainstreaming. The roadmap considers the nation of Yemen as a whole and targets institutions within the internationally-recognised Government of Yemen.

Mitigate+: Food Loss and Waste country profile China: Estimates of Food Loss and Waste, associated GHG emissions, nutritional losses, land use and water footprints

Décembre, 2023
China

Theoretically, the world produces enough food to nourish the growing world population. Although precise data remains scarce, according to most recent studies, globally each year possibly as much as 30 per cent of the food produced is being lost or wasted somewhere between farm and fork. This not only represents a threat to food security but also severely and negatively impacts our food systems and natural resources. Food Loss and Waste (FLW) accounts for around 8 to 10 percent of our global Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHGEs).

Mitigate+: Food Loss and Waste country profile Colombia: Estimates of Food Loss and Waste, associated GHG emissions, nutritional losses, land use and water footprints

Décembre, 2023
Global

Theoretically, the world produces enough food to nourish the growing world population. Although precise data remains scarce, according to most recent studies, globally each year possibly as much as 30 per cent of the food produced is being lost or wasted somewhere between farm and fork. This not only represents a threat to food security but also severely and negatively impacts our food systems and natural resources. Food Loss and Waste (FLW) accounts for around 8 to 10 percent of our global Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHGEs).

Closing the data gap: A model for national-level food loss and waste data generation in the absence of existing data

Décembre, 2023
Global

In the UN many countries committed themselves to reduce FLW towards 20301. So-called national pathways are developed, written by governments, elaborating on how this will be established. In order to support and validate these efforts, FLW monitoring2 is required on national level. This is a complex task for LMIC, since it is difficult to get data from rural and remote areas. In addition, the variety in products, supply chain links (SCLs), climatic conditions (weather, water, soil) increases the workload of any monitoring approach dramatically.