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Type: Submissions
Year: 2019

In this submission FAO gives its views on the agenda for the 7th in-session Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE) dialogue, mandated by the decision SBI 48 – FCCC/SBI/2018/L.34, which will focus on the final review of the Doha Work Programme and ways of enhancing the implementation of education, training, public awareness, public participation, public access to information, and international and regional cooperation. 

Type: Submissions
Year: 2019

This submission builds on previous ones made recently by FAO including on issues related to the Gender Action Plan and the Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture. Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples have devised ingenious ways of managing their territories without depleting the natural resource base. As guardians of biodiversity, indigenous peoples hold vast traditional knowledge and play pivotal role in contributing to climate actions. As mandated by Decision 2/CP.24, paragraph 23, in this submission, FAO proposes the following activities to support the implementation of the three functions of the LCIPP, namely: knowledge; capacity for engagement; and climate change policy and actions.  

Type: Submissions
Year: 2018

Gender and climate change. FAO reiterates the importance of the gender responsive Technology Needs Assessment and the essential role that practices such as CSA and technology play in effective action on climate change and the empowerment of rural women and girls.

Type: Submissions
Year: 2018

This submission presents views from FAO on topic 2(a) – Modalities for implementation of the outcomes of the five in-session workshops on issues related to agriculture and other future topics that may arise from this work.

Type: Submissions
Year: 2018

·     The submission Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture (Decision 4/CP.23) describes the support FAO can offer to Parties to ensure effective development and implementation of the decision. FAO’s work with countries focuses on five key areas that address all elements mentioned in the decision, including soil, livestock, nutrient and water management, assessments of adaptation and the socio economic and food security dimensions of climate change in the agriculture sectors.

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