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Unequal adaptation: socially differentiated responses to environmental change and food insecurity among smallholder farmers

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Achieving food security in a changing climate is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century. For subsistence-oriented farming families who experience firsthand pressures on their food system – population growth, environmental degradation and climate change, to name only a few – adaptation has become an urgent necessity. The ability to ‘adapt and benefit’ through a suite of climate change adaptation interventions that build adaptive capacity is touted by many humanitarian and develo...

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University of Oxford

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