Get clued up: Food
There's enough food for everyone, yet one in eight people go hungry each day. The way food is grown, sold and shared isn't working for the world’s poorest people. We can change this injustice.
We believe God created an abundant world. But our food system concentrates power in the hands of global companies, investors and governments, sidelining small-scale producers and consumers across the world.
Our Hungry for change campaign calls for empowering aid for small-scale farmers and checks on the power of global food companies. Email the Prime Minister now for a fairer food system >
Fr Ignacio 'Nacho' Blasco speaks about climate change as part of our Hungry for change campaign, above.
New Report: What have we done? How the changing climate is hitting the poorest hardest
What have we done? How the changing climate is hitting the poorest hardest (3 MB) exploring the effects of climate change on some of the world’s poorest communities. The report identifies how climate change affects food production and is especially harmful to small-holder farmers in developing countries. It looks at the action needed from politicians and people everywhere to halt global warming and protect creation.