Changement climatique

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FAO recently joined the Adaptation Learning Mechanism (ALM). This global knowledge platform for adaptation is led by UNDP in partnership with the UNFCCC secretariat, WB UNEP and FAO and financed by the Global Environment Facility (GEF). The platform facilitates knowledge...
Marine capture fisheries already facing multiple challenges due to overfishing, habitat loss and weak management are poorly positioned to cope with new problems stemming from climate change, a new FAO study suggests. Small island developing states—which depend on fisheries and...
Recognizing the importance of monitoring greenhouse gas emissions in climate change mitigation, FAO and Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research (INPE) signed an agreement today, to work together in the field of emissions measuring and reporting. The agreement, signed by...
Finland is the first country to contribute to a $60 million FAO programme to support climate change mitigation in agriculture in developing countries. The multi-donor programme aims to promote sustainable low-emission agriculture in developing countries over the coming five years,...
Farming practices that capture carbon and store it in agricultural soils offer some of the most promising options for early and cost-effective action on climate change in developing countries, while contributing to food security, FAO said in a policy brief...