How research at Columbia University is making coffee production more sustainable.
ACToday Archives - State of the Planet
Representatives from Vietnamese government agencies and farmers’ groups came together at a recent workshop to discuss how to improve access to climate information for more effective decision making.
Thousands of Guatemalan farmers will now have access to state-of-the-art forecasts and other climate information to help them increase crop yields and earn more.
A training course marked a major step in a project that will equip farmers with climate information to manage food production in times of drought and extreme weather.
After a decade of development in Africa, the ENACTS initiative is expanding to Bangladesh this year.
The academy will train a new generation of experts who can use climate services effectively to manage the risks and opportunities around food security in Bangladesh.
A Q&A with Melody Braun, who brings advanced climate services to areas in crisis.
Diego Pons discusses his recent work on exploring the relationships between several climatic variables and coffee productivity in a region of Guatemala.
Scientists at the International Research Institute for Climate and Society are studying how much climate plays a role in the global food supply, identifying food system vulnerabilities in specific areas, using new kinds of climate information in agricultural modeling, and more.
John Furlow is the Deputy Director for Humanitarian Assistance and International Development of the International Research Institute for Climate and Society. He is an author of the new U.S. National Climate Assessment’s chapter on the impact climate will have on U.S. international interests. We spoke with Furlow about climate threats to trade, supply chains, national security, and other areas.