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The Climate Change Adaptation in the Eastern Caribbean Fisheries Sector Project (CC4FISH) objective is to increase resilience and reduce vulnerability to climate change impacts in the Eastern Caribbean fisheries sector, through introduction of adaptation measures in fisheries management and capacity...

The project uses an ecosystem-based adaptation (EBA) approach whereas the ability of wetlands to buffer local people livelihoods against climate change impacts will be safeguarded through a combination of improved planning and governance conditions, direct investments in climate change adaptation measures and activities to strengthen...

The Modelling System for Agricultural Impacts of Climate Change (MOSAICC) is an integrated package of models which allows users to assess the impact of climate change on agriculture. The aim of MOSAICC is to build capacities of experts in...

The “Analysis and Mapping of Impacts under Climate Change for Adaptation and Food Security (AMICAF)” project is being implemented by FAO to fill the information gap between academic climate change impact assessments and stakeholder decision making processes.

Multi-disciplinary assessment...

As the need for sustainable food and agriculture systems becomes increasingly urgent, there has been a variety of different sustainability initiatives launched in recent years with the aim of promoting a transition to sustainability.  FAO built on existing efforts to develop...

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