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    • Accelerating climate resilience of aquatic food systems 

      Mohammed, E.; Hossain, P.R.; Lau, J.; Abdul, W.M.; Beveridge, M.; Marwaha, N.; Peerzadi Rumana Hossain: 0000-0002-1125-284X; Jacqueline Lau: 0000-0002-0403-8423; Nisha Marwaha: 0000-0001-9822-4085 (2021)
      Type: Brief
      Climate change impacts on aquatic food systems place vulnerable communities with limited adaptive capacities at most risk. Policy and investment interventions require a positive bias in favor of the most vulnerable. Building ...
    • COP27 Communications Toolkit, Worldfish 

      Lim, F.; Florine Lim: 0000-0002-9380-4993 (2022)
      Type: Manual
      Marine and freshwater resources provide millions of impoverished people across the world with livelihoods and a range of critical ecosystem services. Aquatic food systems are unique and complex, transcending long distances ...
    • Existing climate strategies ignore fisheries at our peril 

      Mohammed, E. (2021)
      Type: News Item/Press Item
      By 2100, aquatic food production in all countries is expected to face high levels of climate threat, with a disproportionate impact felt by the world’s low-income countries. To date, climate negotiators have placed a ...
    • Gender-inclusive innovations for aquatic food systems transformation 

      Hossain, P.R.; Peerzadi Rumana Hossain: 0000-0002-1125-284X (2022)
      Type: Presentation
      Bangladesh is a highly vulnerable country to climate change, variability and extremes. Seasonal signature of extreme heat, heavy and mean precipitation changes, floods and cyclones are few among the challenges. These are ...
    • Nations in urgent need of investments in face of compound climate risks 

      Lee, K. (2021)
      Type: News Item/Press Item
      New research projects fisheries and freshwater aquaculture will experience the highest cumulative climate hazards for the rest of this century with SIDS and countries in Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia at a relatively ...
    • Transforming climate-resilient aquatic food systems for shared prosperity 

      Lim, F.; Mohd Khalid, A.; Florine Lim: 0000-0002-9380-4993 (2022)
      Type: Presentation
      Transformation towards healthy and sustainable food systems for people and the planet is not possible without aquatic foods. Our priority is to ensure greater integration of fish and aquatic foods into the global agricultural ...
    • Transforming climate-resilient aquatic food systems for shared prosperity 

      Lim, F.; Mohd Khalid, A.; Florine Lim: 0000-0002-9380-4993 (2022)
      Type: Poster
      By 2050, we will need to feed more than nine billion people. Aquatic foods can help accomplish this while building healthy and resilient communities worldwide.
    • The Two Degree Initiative Listening Sessions 

      Carter, R.; Grinspar, D.; Ferdinand, T.; del Rio, C.R. (2021)
      Type: Conference Proceedings
      The Two Degree Initiative (2DI) has been proposed as the flagship effort within the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) to address the risks of climate change and enable the world’s food systems ...
    • WorldFish at COP27: Transforming climate-resilient aquatic food systems for shared prosperity 

      Lim, F.; Florine Lim: 0000-0002-9380-4993 (2022)
      Type: Brochure
      Aquatic food systems are integral to building healthy and resilient communities worldwide. They offer an irreplaceable – and at times the most affordable – source of micronutrients, essential fatty acids and high-quality ...