This is a very interesting take on rural food security from CGIAR guest bloggers, Matthew Fielding, Swedish International Agricultural Network Initiative and Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and Tom Gill, SEI.
In it, they address the traditional resiliency of small-scale farmers throughout history; however, the speed and impact of climate change challenges traditional methods of adaptation. Put simply, the answer, they claim, lies in markets, trade, and governance.
To read their blog post, click here. We are interested in your thoughts on this topic. Please feel free to share.