Inequality, Agriculture and Climate Change: From a Vicious to a Virtuous Circle
A new urgency is being felt on climate change. Schoolchildren are striking, there are protests in the streets, and politicians across the world, including the UK, are pushing to call climate change a national emergency.
A cruel irony is that climate change will not be felt equally by all—those who have contributed the least to rising temperatures are set to suffer the most.
Read the full op-ed authored by Elwyn Grainger-Jones, Executive Director, CGIAR System Organization, in Diplomatic Courier’s special G20 Edition.
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