Under a systemic approach, right to food implies also considering two aspects such as the implementation of and correspondent support to sustainable agricultural production by smallholders. Given the observed and projected trends, this requires also considering how such practices can help these vulnerable producers cope with and recover from the increasing climate stresses affecting them. We here focus on these two complementary aspects for the case of coffee and basic grains smallholders: the identification of adaptive benefits of sustainable practices and the barriers and strengths of cross-scale governance to support their implementation in Central America (a highly climate-vulnerable region).
Vignola, Raffaele, "Barriers and Opportunities to Promote Rights to Sustainable Production of Smallholders in the Context of Climate Stresses in Central America" (2015). Food Systems Summit 2015. 10.