Изменение климата

Будучи глобальной организацией, занимающейся формированием, накоплением, распространением и обменом знаниями, ФАО производит огромное количество продуктов на базе последних результатов своих проектов и программ, а также инструментов для развития потенциала. Кроме того, ФАО предлагает целый спектр программного обеспечения и баз данных, касающихся взаимосвязи между продовольственной безопасностью и изменением климата.

Публикации

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.

Type: Publications
Year: 2015

The evidence is clear: to change behaviour ‘environmental education’ needs to change its focus – with less emphasis on knowledge and raising awareness (although still needed) and more on competency, action skills and problem solving (Marcinkowski, 2010). This report reviews the evidence base to establish which educational methods are proven to have an impact on behavior. The research is summarized and evaluated to develop a set of recommendations on how to better focus educational activities for maximum impact on individuals, local communities and the wider world. The challenge for educators now is to turn this evidence into reality; to develop and deliver educational resources and experiences that trigger long-term behavior change.

Type: Publications
Year: 2015

This flyer outlines the FAO and UNDP 'Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans programme'.

Type: Publications
Year: 2015

This Gender in Climate-Smart Agriculture module was pre-pared jointly by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), and the World Bank. The coordination team con-sisted of Sanna-Liisa Taivalmaa (World Bank), Ilaria Fir-mian (IFAD), and Kaisa Karttunen (FAO), with technical support from Christine Heumesser, Eija Pehu, and Ademola Braimoh from the World Bank; Clare Bishop-Sambrook from IFAD; and Ilaria Sisto and Szilvia Lehel from FAO. Patti Kristjanson (consultant) offered valuable guidance for the entire module in addition to writing two Thematic Notes and one Innovative Activity Profile.

Type: Publications
Year: 2015

Genetic resources for food and agriculture underpin the ability of crops, livestock, aquatic organisms and forest trees to withstand a range of harsh conditions and climate change poses new challenges. At the request of the Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, FAO prepared thematic studies on the interactions between climate change and plant, animal, forest, aquatic, invertebrate and micro-organism genetic resources. This publication summarizes the results of these studies.