Cambio climático

Publicaciones

Type: Publications
Year: 2020

Advanced information and analytical products such as FAO’s agro-ecological zoning are under development. In the case of North Macedonia, the delineation of agro-ecological zones (AEZ) specific to crops presents a useful preliminary evaluation of the country’s agricultural potential and provides a tool for regional and environmentally sustainable development planning

Type: Publications
Year: 2019

El cambio climático dominó la agenda mundial en 2019. Nada indica que vayan a reducirse las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero, lo cual es necesario para cumplir los objetivos del Acuerdo de París y la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible. El mundo está en peligro de no alcanzar el objetivo de limitar el calentamiento de la Tierra a 1,5 °C en este siglo, según lo establecido en el Acuerdo de París.

Type: Publications
Year: 2019

This publication presents FAO’s work on climate change and fisheries and aquaculture. It includes examples of FAO’s support to countries so that they are better able to adapt to the impact of climate change in the fisheries and aquaculture sector. It also brings together FAO’s most up-to-date knowledge on climate change, including a portfolio of adaptation tools and measures used to support countries’ climate commitments and action plans. 

Type: Publications
Year: 2019

Based on the gender activities carried out, the NAP-Ag programme has developed a training guide on mainstreaming gender to support countries in their adaptation planning processes. This guide provides a complete set of materials to be used in training workshops on mainstreaming gender in adaptation planning in the agriculture sector, and is a valuable resource to turn gender goals into concrete action.

Type: Publications
Year: 2019

The following five practical actions can be widely implemented for measurable and rapid impacts on livestock emissions: 1) boosting efficiency of livestock production and resource use; 2) Intensifying recycling efforts and minimizing losses for a circular bioeconomy; 3) capitalizing on nature-based solutions to ramp up carbon offsets; 4) striving for healthy, sustainable diets and accounting for protein alternatives; and 5) developing policy measures to drive change. This brief describes how these can be implemented in integrative and sustainable ways, taking account the diversity of livestock systems and enhancing synergies and managing tradeoffs with other sustainable development objectives.