Climate Change and Small-scale Family Farmers: What We See and What We Can Do

April 30th 2018

Dana Geffner and Bená Burda came together as friends through their work with small-scale producers around the world.​ Each of them has seen first-hand how changing weather is ravaging small-scale farmers on every continent.  The 450 million smallholder farmers globally are critical to addressing climate change and meeting the world’s food security needs.

Share their experiences: one in the world of non-profits and public policy, and one with on-the-ground supply chains. Witness farmer realities, hear about agricultural and industry initiatives, examine potential policy changes.

How can we work in solidarity with smallholders around the world? How our choices and actions can support family farmers and producers in mitigating climate change.

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