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Climate Change and Food Security: setting the track for the HLPE
Collection of contributions received
Discussion No 71 from 14 June to 7 July 2011



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction to the topic 6

Contributions Received 7

1. Saima Raza from the United Kingdom 7

2. Gabrielle Kissinger from Lexeme Consulting, Canada 7

3. Thinlay Baap from the Department of Agriculture, Ministry of Agriculture Bhutan 8

4. Emily Ojoo-Massawa from UNEP, Kenya 8

5. Suman K A from Change Planet Partners, India 8

6. Étienne Benoist from France 9

7. Iljas Baker from the Mahidol University, Thailand 10

8. Edward Mutandwa from the Rwanda Development Agency, Rwanda [1st contribution] 10

9. Joan P Mencher from The Second Chance, USA 11

10. Juan José Grigera Naón from the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina 11

11. Kay Muir Leresche from South Africa 11

12. K V Peter from India 12

13. Roy Stacy from the USA 12

14. Puerwiyatno Hariyadi from the Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia 12

15. Kanchan Lama from Wocan, Nepal 13

16. Benjamin Addom from the International Resource Group, USA 13

17. Pradip Kumar Nath from the National Institute of Rural Development, India 14

18. Denis Lee Oguzu from the West Nile Rural Development Agency, Uganda 14

19. Adrian Muller from Sweden 14

20. Alberto Saldamando from the International Indian Treaty Council, USA 15

21. Rudolf Hermes from the Andaman Sea Fisheries Research & Development Center, Thailand 16

22. Abdoulaye Soma from FIAN Burkina Faso 16

23. Guiadoma Ludovic Prosper Arsène Yigo from Burkina Faso 17

24. Danka Thalmeinerova from the Global Water Partnership, GWP, Sweden 18

25. Kimbowa Richard from the Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development, Uganda 19

26. Ann Waters-Bayer from ETC AgriCulture, the Netherlands 19

27. Cecilia Murcia from the Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Colombia 19

28. Hans Konrad Biesalski from the University of Hohenheim, Germany 20

29. Robynne Anderson from the International Agri-Food Network, Canada [1st contribution] 20

30. Joweria Nambooze from Laos 21

31. Kodjo Dokodjo from the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Togo 21

32. Sonja Vermeulen from the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), Denmark 21

33. Patrick N. Muiruri from Kenya 24

34. Elisabeth Pitteloud from the Swiss Development Agency, Switzerland 24

35. Ignatius Onimawo from the Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria 25

36. Raymond Erick Zvavanyange from the National Chung Hsing University 25

37. David Steane from Thailand 25

38. Gladson Makowa from the Story Workshop, Malawi 26

39. Marja-Liisa Tapio-Bistrom from FAO, Italy 26

40. Marielle Dubbeling from the RUAF Foundation, the Netherlands 27

41. Jikun Huang from the Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy, China 28

42. Tim Williams from the University of Georgia, USA 28

43. Edward Mutandwa from the Rwanda Development Agency, Rwanda [2nd contribution] 29

44. Sarah Ayeri from the Centre for Development Research, Kenya 29

45. Ipate Judith from the Romania Academy, Romania 29

46. Carol Thiessen from the Canadian Foodgrains Bank, Canada 30

47. Moses Aisu Okurut from SAFE, Uganda 31

48. Gabriel Grimsditch from UNEP DEPI, Kenya 31

49. Democracy Icawalo from the Philippines 31

50. Henk Eggink, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation,


The Netherlands 32

51. Natasia Belc, National Institute for Food Bioresources, Romania 33

52. P V S Sarma from Express Weather, India 34

53. Stephen Adejoro from Zartech Ltd, Nigeria [1st contribution] 34

54. Lizzy Igbine from Nigerian Women Agro Allied Farmers Association, Nigeria 35

55. Noah Owusu-Takvi from African Farming Families Foundation, Ghana 36

56. Patricia Tendi from FAO, Rome 36

57. Stephen Adejoro, Zartech ltd, Nigeria [2nd contribution] 37

58. Jorge López, OSPESCA, El Salvador 37

59. Doreen Stabinsky, College of the Atlantic, USA 39

60. Gerhard Flachowsky, Institute of Animal Nutrition, Germany 41

61. Geoff Evans, Humane Society International, USA 42

62. Robynne Anderson, International Agri-Food Network, USA [2nd contribution] 43

63. Raziq Kakar, SAVES, Pakistan 45

64. Kaisa Karttunen, Senior Agriculture Consultant, Finland 46

65. Pravat Mohapatra, Sambalpur University, India 46

66. Pradip Dey, Indian Society of Soil Salinity and Water Quality, India 47

67. Lim Li Ching, Third World Network, Malaysia 47

68. Carlos G. Borroto, National Program of Agricultural Biotechnology, Cuba 49

69. Rudolph C. Ryser, Center for World Indigenous Studies (CWIS), USA 50

70. Danilo C. Cardenas, PCARRD, Philippines 50

71. Tara Shine from the Mary Robinson Foundation - Climate Justice, Ireland 51

72. Ellasy L. J. Mujillah from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Tanzania 52

73. Maria Pizzini from Save the Children, UK 53

74. Martha Chouchena-Rojas from CARE International, UK 54

75. Noel O'Connor from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Ireland 56

76. Rogier Schulte from Teagasc, Ireland 57

77. Thomas Ryan from the Irish Farmers' Association, Ireland 58

78. Shambhu Ghatak from Inclusive Media for Change, India 58

79. Bhubaneswor Dhakal from Nepal 59

80. K R Viswanathan from the Embassy of Switzerland, India 60

81. Jacques Loyat from CIRAD, France 61

82. Christina Yancheva from the Agricultural University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria 63

83. Dianne Katscherian from the Environmental Health Directorate, Australia 63

84. Mamadou Khouma, Agronomist, Senegal 63

85. Kiflemariam Amdemariam from International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Kenya 64

86. Sajan Kurien from Kerala Agricultural University, India 64

87. Simon Taylor from Global Witness, UK 65

88. Alka Awasthi, Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society CECOEDECON, India 67

89. Sabiha Lageard, UK 68

90. Kamal Karunagoda, Department of Agriculture, Sri Lanka 69

91. Sergio A. Zelaya-Bonilla from UNCCD, Germany 70

92. Ron Bonnett and Claus Søgaard-Richter, from the Canadian Federation of Agriculture and the Danish Agriculture and Food Council, Canada and Denmark 70

93. Michiel Keyzer and Roelf Voortman from the Centre for World Food Studies (SOW-VU), VU University Amsterdam 71

94. BERVIAC, Benin 74

95. Shefali Sharma from the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, USA 76

96. Salif Toure, UNCCD, Mali 77

97. FAO Food for the Cities Initiative, Italy 79

98. Leslie Lipper, Agricultural Development Economics Division, FAO and Wendy Mann, Global Crop Diversity Trust 80

99. Eduardo Rojas-Briales, Assistant Director-General, Forestry Department, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) 82

100. Olu Eze, University of Ibadan, Nigeria 85

101. Adèle Irénée Grembombo, France

85

102. Charles Teller, Center for Population Studies, Institute of Development Research, Ethiopia 86

103. Clionadh Raleigh, Trinity College, Ireland, and Caitriona Dowd, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK 88

104. Kerstin Wydra, Centre for Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture and Forestry, Germany 90

105. Margaret Kabahenda, Makerere University, Uganda 90

106. S. Edison from India 90

107. Shruti Mehrotra from Global Witness and Benedick Bowiem, Independent senior researcher on climate change and resource scarcity, UK   91

108. Anita Wreford, Sottish Agricultural College, UK 93

109. Marc J. Cohen, Oxfam America, USA 94

110. K V Jayachandran, Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies, India


95

111. Monique Mikhail, Oxfam, UK 95

112. Adriano Timossi, agricultural specialist, Brazil 97

113. Tearfund, UK 98

114. Carlo Scaramella, World Food Programme, Italy 99

115. Iris Cecilia Ordóñez Guerrero, Faculdade de Engenharia Agricola UNICAMP, Brasil 102

116. Violet Mugalavai, Moi University, Kenya 103

117. Jean Francois Soussana, France 103

118. Peter Holmgren, Director Climate, Energy and Tenure Division (NRC), Chair of the Inter Departmental Working Group On Climate Change, FAO, Italy 104

119. Philippe Crahay, Rebecca Brown, Samuel Hauenstein Swan from Action Contre la Faim (ACF) 106

120. Cristina Tirado - von der Pahlen, Institute of Public Health, Oakland, CA 108

121. Jerome Bossuet, International Crops Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), India 110

122. Muhammad Shoaib Ahmedani, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia. 111

123. Richie Ahuja from Environmental Defense Fund, India 111

124. Kent Nnadozie from the Secretariat of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, FAO, Italy 112

125. Dale Jiajun Wen, International Forum on Globalization, USA & Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China 113

126. Michael B. Krawinkel, Justus-Liebig-University, Germany 114

127. UN System Standing Committee on Nutrition, Switzerland 115

128. Représentation Permanente de la France auprès de l'OAA / FAO, Italy 117

129. Olivia Muza, independent consultant, Zimbawe 119

130. Gerardo Paniagua, Farmersdialogue.org, Costa Rica 119







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