How can we support climate resilient farming in developing countries? | LSE Festival Shorts 2022

Farmers in low-income countries are one of the groups most at risk from the effects of climate change. Agricultural adaptation will play a vital role in the world’s response to climate change and should be viewed as an integral part of sustainable economic development in a post-COVID world. Successful adaptation will require more accurate weather forecasts that can inform investment and production decisions, alongside financial products that can help farmers manage shocks. As part of this year’s LSE Festival, our short films series showcases research exploring the challenges we face across the world and the practical steps we can take to tackle them.