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A community member sorts beans amongst the hills of Rwanda. Photo credit Francesco Fiondella (CCS)

Food for Humanity Action Collaborative

“Climate change and the rampant extreme events we are grappling with are a reckoning. We are realizing we don’t have a choice, and for some living in resource-constrained settings, the choice is even more limited. We have to change the way we grow food, how we distribute it, and how we consume it. We have to consider equity issues across food systems. We have to hold our governments and the range of private sector actors accountable to assist in this transition. We can’t leave it to eaters to fend for themselves when the cards are often stacked against them.” 

– Jessica Fanzo, Professor of Climate and Director of the Food for Humanity Initiative, Columbia Climate School

New From F4H

July 10, 2024

Climate Crossroads 2nd Annual Summit - July 16 and 17

The climate is changing in ways that pose increasing risks to people, ecosystems, and the economy. Climate change is a complex topic that spans many different sectors. That’s why Climate Crossroads is holding its second annual Summit on July 16th and 17th to bring together experts from a broad range of different fields to discuss current and emerging solutions at the scale and scope needed to address climate change.

June 25, 2024

Confronting the Threats of Climate Change to Global Stability

Los Alamos National Laboratory has teamed up with the Committee on Science and, Technology and Law (CSTL) and the Board on Science, Technology and Economic Policy (STEP) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine to host the fourth  Harnessing Transformational Technologies Symposium (HTT) on “Confronting the Threats of Climate Change to Global Security” at the Santa Fe Convention Center in New Mexico from June 26-27, 2024.