José Graziano da Silva
FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva has worked on food security, rural development and agriculture for over 30 years.
The U.N.’s new marine research vessel sets sailBy Jose Graziano Da Silva
The Nansen vessels have now sailed the equivalent of 60 global circumnavigations, conducting research that has vastly deepened our understanding of underwater ecosystems
Sustainable agriculture deserves center stage in MarrakeshBy José Graziano da Silva
Transforming agricultural sectors to address climate change for adaptation and mitigation essential to tackling hunger and poverty
How do we feed a warmer, riskier world?By José Graziano da Silva
Despite high-tech advances, most farmers still depend on rain - and that is getting more irregular
Rising to "the greatest challenge in human history"By José Graziano da Silva
One imperative in achieving food security is to channel more public and private resources towards agricultural innovation
Family farming is nourishing the worldBy José Graziano da Silva, FAO
Around 500 million of the world’s 570 million farms are run by families
The future of food and farming depends on climate action todayBy Jose Graziano da Silva, Kanayo F. Nwanze and Ertharin Cousin
Agriculture, in particular, is at risk from climate change
Putting things right and ending chronic hungerBy Jose Graziano da Silva, FAO
Good news made rare headlines in the international press last week
How to dramatically reduce hunger - even in very poor countriesBy Jose Graziano da Silva, FAO director-general
Keys include political commitment, social protection and helping small-scale farmers
Igniting agricultural growth and transformation in AfricaBy José Graziano da Silva
Sub-Saharan Africa remains the region with the highest prevalence of undernourishment with one in four people estimated to be hungry.
Global problem: Not just hunger but malnutrition, tooBy José Graziano da Silva
If having access to enough food is necessary for a person’s survival, then getting an adequate combination of safe and nutritious foods is fundamental to his or her future, and to the well-being, health and development of entire communities and economies.