Climate, Commodities and Conflict: High price for a loaf of bread
Food insecurity affects one billion people in the world today. Declining agricultural outputs, thought to have been exacerbated at least in part by climate change, have led to a spike in the price of food.
With increasing numbers of vulnerable communities unable to feed themselves, protect their livelihoods, or being forced to migrate, the potential for social unrest and conflict in some of the world’s most vulnerable countries is ever more pressing.
Rob Bailey, Senior Research Fellow, Energy, Environment and Development Programme at the leading think-tank Chatham House, explored the complicated links between climate change, commodities and conflict, particularly in the developing world.
Get Email Updates
On A4ID’s work as well as law and development news, events and opportunities
If you have found our Resource Centre useful please take a moment to fill out our feedback form so we can continue to improve it.
See our new Legal Dictionary.
The A4ID Law & International Resource Centre is part of A4ID's 'Lawyers in Development' project,
funded by the UK Department for International Development (DfID).