7184. Climate lens to food security 2.0
The Inclusive Green Growth Department of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs requested the Dutch Sustainability Unit (DSU) to reflect on an innovative ‘climate lens’ to food security interventions. As a 'proof of concept', areas with high/low food system dynamics and high/low climate dynamics have been identified on a map of Mali and Burkina Faso. A procedure has been proposed to make this approach useful in the policy cycle of DGIS and the embassies. This procedure is innovative as it assists to define new food and nutrition security programmes at the front end of the programing process. An earlier version (climate lens 1.0) aimed at making existing programmes climate smart, with lesser potential to achieve climate results, and doesn't enable to include the geopolitical dimension of migration. After publication, the report has been discussed by poliy makers at DGIS, and clarifications have been added to the powerpoint presentation, which is useful as a first introduction to the method.
Advisory reports and other documents
11 Oct 2016: Advisory review
08 Nov 2016: Other
An earlier version (climate lens 1.0) aimed at making existing programmes climate smart, and doesn't enable to explicitly include the geopolitical dimension of migration. There, the DSU issued an advice on making food and nutrition security programmes more climate smart and produced a one-page interactive matrix with an overview of options (see here).
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Members of the working group
|mr M.A.P.M. van Asseldonk|
|mr W.H.G.J. Hennen|
|mr R. Ruben|
|ms L. van Schaik|
Technical secretary: mr S.G. Nooteboom
|Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs|
Last modified: 02 Jan 2018