Together with over 250 other NGOs, CIDSE sent a public letter to all Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) today on the reform of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
Climate-smart Agriculture – A useful paradigm for Development?, Climate change and agriculture 2nd Edition, Paper 1, Misereor, October 2012
L’appât du grain : L’agrobusiness - Quels enjeux pour l’agriculture paysanne ? Document d’analyse politique d’Entraide et Fraternité, novembre 2012
Small scale and sustainable agriculture to feed world in the throes of climate change, says new CIDSE report launched in occasion of World Food Day. (French version below)
Agriculture: from Problem to Solution - Achieving the Right to Food in a Climate-Constrained World. CIDSE Guiding Principles and Recommendations, October 2012 (Available in EN – ES - FR ).
This week (15-20 Oct) in Rome, CIDSE urges decision makers to support ecological food production systems to reduce emissions and increase agriculture’s resistance to climate change. Our latest publication analyses the link between food and climate in detail.
Op 22 augustus 2012 verscheen in de zakenkrant De Tijd een opiniestuk van Piet Vanthemsche, voorzitter van de Boerenbond, over het probleem van de stijgende voedselprijzen. Broederlijk Delen kan gedeeltelijk deze analyse bijtreden, maar legt toch andere accenten voor de oplossing ervan. (This is an opinion article in Dutch by CIDSE's Flemish member organisation Broederlijk Delen)
CIDSE's Policy and Advocacy Officer Gisele Henriques talked to Vatican Radio about how to tackle food insecurity, ahead of a meeting of G20 leaders at Los Cabos in Mexico (18 and 19 June, 2012)
Dutch CIDSE member Cordaid and Both ENDS collected the visions and insights of seven Southern visionaries, each with a unique approach to transforming his or her dream into concrete, local initiatives. We present you their visions of sustainability based on ecological values and human rights in the run up to the UN Conference on Sustainable Development 'Rio+20' (20-22 June 2012). Today, CIDSE partner Moema de Miranda, Director of Brazilian research institute IBASE.