Nutrition and Climate Change
Climate change is jeopardizing the food and nutrition security of people all around the world.
The most recent evidence available suggests that the number of people unable to afford a healthy diet around the world rose by 112 million to almost 3.1 billion, reflecting the impacts of rising consumer food prices during the pandemic (State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2022 report).
The SUN Movement has developed a digital communications toolkit on the climate-nutrition nexus, which seeks to:
- Clarify the interlinkages and interdependence between climate change and nutrition.
- Make the case for incorporating nutrition in the global climate agenda.
- Make the case for incorporating the links between nutrition and climate change into the agendas of SUN partners and stakeholders.