Changement climatique

Publications

Type: Publications
Year: 2019

This paper identifies potential “climate action-sustainable development pathways” spanning 17 major agricultural climate action categories and the 17 SDG targets. The aim of this mapping exercise is to explore the extent to which the two agendas are aligned for the prioritization of those climate actions that have the potential to co-deliver on the Paris Agreement and 2030 Agenda. As the window of opportunity is closing to bridge the emission gap and adapt to climate change before it is too late, the inter-linked and mutually reinforcing climate and sustainable development agendas present a natural. framework for designing policies that leverage synergies between both.

Type: Publications
Year: 2019

This paper recommends efficient use of biomass and other renewable energy sources, value chain policies that promote sustainable agricultural production, and capacity and technology transfer to foster sustainable development in Least Developed Countries. 

Type: Publications
Year: 2019

This analysis aims to summarize the views submitted on the topics 2(b) and 2(c) of the Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture (KJWA) decision (4/CP.23), namely: Topic 2(b) - Methods and approaches for assessing adaptation, adaptation co-benefits and resilience; and XXTopic 2(c) - Improved soil carbon, soil heath and soil fertility under grassland and cropland as well as integrated systems, including water management. A complete analysis, covering all submission by Parties as well as observers, will be made available following the 50th session of the Subsidiary Bodies to the UNFCCC (SB 50), Bonn (17-27 June 2019). The current draft analysis is available for review and comments.

Type: Publications
Year: 2019

Supporting livelihoods in protracted crises and in fragile and humanitarian contexts

The paper discusses the role that social protection can play in saving livelihoods while also enhancing the capacity of households to respond, cope and withstand threats and crises. The paper builds on FAO Social Protection Framework (FAO, 2017) and focuses on the role of social protection systems in humanitarian contexts, with a closer look at protracted crises and a discussion on the importance of shock-sensitive and responsive systems, even in stable contexts. The paper acknowledges that strengthening resilience at national and community levels requires a multisector approach, where risk-informed social protection interventions, including cash transfers, can become a critical component.

Type: Publications
Year: 2019

This study addresses a critical knowledge gap and is a fundamental contribution to inform future planning and priority setting for agriculture-related resource allocations in/across pre-, during and post-emergency contexts. The methodological approach used for disaggregation of data is outlined in Annex 1. The geographical scope for preliminary result presentation followed the OECD regional classification presented in Annex 2. The assessment results can provide strong advocacy for increasing investment to prevention and preparedness measures in agriculture. The regional level results can guide the identification of investment patterns and improve planning for DRR/DRM in agriculture.