Global population growth and climate change are major challenges, putting more pressure on natural resources and food production. However, the current global food system (production + consumption) does not operate in a way to solve the challenge, making a large-scale transition at all stages of global food supply chains indispensable.
There exist a range of possible interventions along food production and consumption side, resulting in better nutrition status, more climate resilience of food systems and less GHG emissions – in other words, climate-smart nutrition.
This new publication by GIZ focuses on dietary shifts, first conceptually, then by providing a case study from Kenya. Moreover, it gives practical advise how policy makers can integrate climate change considerations in nutrition agendas and nutrition considerations in climate change agendas.