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Type: Multimedia
Year: 2019

The Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture is a landmark agreement that integrates soils, nutrient use, water, livestock, methods for assessing adaptation, and the socio-economic and food security dimensions of climate change. Find out how Koronivia can help unlock the potential of agriculture as a solution to climate change. 

Type: Multimedia
Year: 2019

Agriculture has a crucial role in providing sustainable solutions to many of today's most urgent environmental issues, provided we change the way we farm, fish and herd livestock, FAO Director-General Qu Dongyu said at a high-level event ( 22 Sept) on building momentum for Nature-Based Solutions to climate change, ahead of the United Nations General Assembly.

Type: Multimedia
Year: 2019

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization is supporting ten projects in countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe and South America to lay the groundwork for climate-resilient adaptation initiatives, funded by the Green Climate Fund (GCF)’s Readiness Programme.  The projects - in Burkina Faso, Congo, Equatorial Guinea (two projects), Guyana, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Macedonia, and Saint Kitts and Nevis – will cover restoring degraded lands and forests, coping with water scarcity, developing a sustainable and low-emission livestock sector, applying Climate-Smart Agriculture methods, and disaster risk reduction for climate-resilient rural livelihoods.

Type: Multimedia
Year: 2019

FAO, IFAD, national governments and the Agrhymet Center assessed the impact of climate change on the yield of a number of crops in Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, Niger and the Gambia. Watch the video to see the results.

For more information on the project “Adapting small-scale irrigation to climate change in West and Central Africa”, see http://www.fao.org/in-action/aicca/

Type: Multimedia
Year: 2018

FAO, IFAD and national governments are supporting family farmers from West and Central Africa to adapt small-scale irrigation systems to climate change to be more resilient. A survey was carried out among 691 households in 21 sites in this region, to assess how farmers are coping with climate change. Watch the video to see the results. For more information on the project “Adapting small-scale irrigation to climate change in West and Central Africa”, see http://www.fao.org/in-action/aicca/