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Food Security, Women Smallholders and Climate Change in Caribbean SIDS


  • Nidhi Tandon

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Two waves of change?long-term climate change and immediate-term economic crises?are bringing the issue of food security into sharper relief?particularly in those Caribbean countries where food security is already volatile and faces a series of risks and challenges. Climate change adds urgency and the need for renewed focus and prioritisation as well as ensuring that adaptation is wholly integrated into natural resource management, land use policies and, especially, into broader long-term macro-economic frameworks. (?)

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  • Nidhi Tandon, 2012. "Food Security, Women Smallholders and Climate Change in Caribbean SIDS," Policy Research Brief 33, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipc:pbrief:33

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    1. Clinton Beckford, 2018. "Climate change resiliency in Caribbean SIDS: building greater synergies between science and local and traditional knowledge," Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, Springer;Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences, vol. 8(1), pages 42-50, March.

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