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المطبوعات

Type: Publications
Year: 2018

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) estimates that 821 million people in the world today are chronically hungry. The 2018 edition of The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World (SOFI) cites the changing climate as a key driver behind this sudden rise in the global number of hungry people in the world. While no other sector is more vulnerable to extreme and volatile weather events, food and agriculture provide numerous opportunities to adapt to, mitigate and build resilience to climate change. Realizing the commitments that countries made to transform food systems and promote sustainable agriculture approaches can still deliver a world without hunger and malnutrition by 2030. This publication presents FAO’s key messages on climate change and food security. It includes examples of FAO’s support to countries so they are better able to adapt to the impacts of climate change in the agricultural sectors. It also brings together FAO’s most up-to-date knowledge on climate change, including the tools and methodologies used to support countries’ climate commitments and action plans.

Type: Publications
Year: 2018

This is a review carried out by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), based on publicly available information in the Green Climate Fund (GCF) portfolio. It covers the 77 projects approved between the 13th GCF Board meeting in November 2015 and the 19th Board meeting in February 2018.

Type: Publications
Year: 2018

This manual is designed for a four-day training course on climate-smart agriculture that would take the learner from the basics of climate science to the impacts of climate change and the linkages among climate, agriculture and food security. It contains four modules, each addressing a particular aspect and consisting of several sessions that are held either in plenary, as one group, or in smaller work groups (Table 1). The content and structure of this manual has been developed and tested through fieldwork involving extension agents and agricultural producers in Zambia, Malawi and Viet Nam. 

Type: Publications
Year: 2018

This report draws out the major trends affecting agriculture, in the NENA region and the general implications for small-scale farmers before delving into an integrated analysis at the farming system level. Using temperature and precipitation data from the RICCAR (2017) report, this study has developed Climate Impacted Farming System (CIFS) maps that demonstrate what the projected temperature and precipitation changes will be for the farming systems of the region by the mid-century (2046–2060) in a moderate and worstcase scenario.

Type: Publications
Year: 2018

In addition to exploring the complex linkages between agricultural trade, climate change and food security, the report outlines diverse policy options for responding to these challenges.  The report stresses that climate change will affect both agricultural productivity and international trade patterns, but that at the same time international trade in food will remain an important tool that countries can use to cope with negative impacts. It also includes an in-depth overview of the evolution of agricultural trade during the period 2000–2016 and the outlook for agricultural commodities moving forward.