Briefing paper: Who cares about the impact of climate change on hunger and malnutrition?

Under the most optimistic global warming scenario, the effects of climate change on undernutrition would be devasting, and would undermine current efforts to reduce hunger and ensure good nutrition. Despite the obvious critical situation and strong interconnection, food and nutrition security is still markedly absent in climate change negotiations. In this brief, ACF-IN pleas to the international community, climate negotiators, governments and donors to focus their attention on the consequences of climate change on undernutrition, and commit urgently to help the most vulnerable to adapt to an increasingly unpredictable climate and world.