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The UN Sustainable Development Goals aim to transform economies in an environmentally sound manner, leaving no one behind.
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Climate crisis and population growth increase pressure on arable land in West Africa
Almost 800 million people still suffer from chronic hunger. One widespread assumption is that when people go hungry, there is not enough to eat. But it is not that simple
The climate crisis is exacerbating the problems of small-scale farmers in Bangladesh, and they are the least able to adapt
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In order to ensure global food security, it is important to stop the loss of crop diversity. Seed banks play a central role
Spiking food prices call for agricultural policymaking rather than macroeconomic management. In view of the climate crisis, challenges have increased
Groundwater offers considerable opportunities for socio-economic development, particularly in agriculture. The BGR is helping partner countries exploit this resource
The global food system both contributes to climate change and is threatened by it
Water-security levels are lowest in Africa and South Asia. The situation is not automatically improved by a high-performing economy
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The river running through Kenya’s capital is a health hazard and an environmental mess. In order to improve the situation in the long term, residents’ living conditions must be addressed
The first UN Sustainable Development Goal is to end poverty in all its forms everywhere.
In order to achieve gender equality, it is necessary to empower women and girls.
Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals will require good governance – from the local to the global level.