Cambio climático

Publicaciones

Type: Publications
Year: 2015

FAO is a specialized UN agency with unique expertise in the three dimensions of sustainable development. FAO can support the implementation of a transformative 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development that will see people interact harmoniously with the planet’s ecosystems and benefit from their services, maintaining and sustainably using biodiversity and all natural resources for present and future generations.

Type: Publications
Year: 2015

This publication is a summary of the workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand from 18 to 20 June 2015 to promote the mainstreaming and up-scaling of Climate-Smart Agriculture in the region. Included in the report are successful case studies that agriculturists have been practicing as a means to address food security under adverse circumstances.

Type: Publications
Year: 2015

Los suelos sanos son el mayor almacén de carbono terrestre. Cuando se gestionan de manera sostenible, los suelos pueden jugar un papel importante en la mitigación del cambio climático a través del almacenamiento de carbono y la reducción de las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero en la atmósfera.

Type: Publications
Year: 2015

The FAO-IPCC-IFAD report summarizes the findings of a joint workshop held at FAO Headquarters on 13-14 November 2014. It provides information on access and use of FAO data and analysis tools for Agriculture, Forestry, and other Land Use (AFOLU), in support of national reporting processes under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), including greenhouse gas inventories, Biennial Update Reports, and national mitigation planning. Furthermore, the report usefully highlights country needs for new data and guidance for monitoring, reporting and verification of emerging activities in agriculture, forestry and land use, aimed at combating climate change in coming decades.

Type: Publications
Year: 2015

Global warming will have profound consequences on where and how food is produced, and also lead to a reduction in the nutritional properties of some crops, all of which has policy implications for the fight against hunger and poverty and for the global food trade, experts say in a new book.