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World Food Day 2016: Linking Climate-Smart Agriculture and Nutrition

Mother and baby in a field of crops

Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing food and nutrition security. This year’s World Food Day theme focuses on climate change and the need for agriculture to evolve to address a growing global population, protect the environment, and provide the nutritional needs of families worldwide.

Learn more about the linkages between climate-smart agriculture and nutrition and SPRING resources to help strengthen efforts to make the most out of the U.S. Government’s investments to improve nutrition through agriculture below: