Climate Change

Submissions

Type: Submissions
Year: 2020

Lessons learned among Parties that have integrated gender into national climate policies, plans, strategies and action and other actions that Parties are taking to mainstream gender in any updates. This submission builds on previous FAO submissions towards the implementation of the GAPand includes other related issues under the UNFCCC.

Type: Submissions
Year: 2020

The dialogue should build on the momentum of the IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land and point out that mutually supportive climate and land policies have the potential to save resources, amplify social adaptation and resilience, support ecological restoration, and foster engagement and collaboration between multiple stakeholders. Whilst, policies that enable and incentivize sustainable land management, including improved access to markets and financial services, empowering woman and indigenous peoples, reforming subsidies and promoting an enabling trade system, are also part of tackling climate change. In this proposal FAO proposes diffierent themes to be included in the dialogue.

Type: Submissions
Year: 2020

This submission proposes a dialogue on climate-resilient fisheries and aquaculture as nature-based solutions to foster adaptation and mitigation. The expected outcomes of the dialogue include an increased understanding of the role of the fisheries and aquaculture sector in climate action, improved awareness on the importance of including the sector in Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), and a global roadmap to scale-up existing initiatives to build on positive examples and existing tools and guidance on adaptation planning and decisionmaking.

Type: Submissions
Year: 2019

FAO’s latest submission on Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture topic 2(d). The management of nutrients in agricultural systems, particularly nitrogen and carbon, from sources including inorganic and mineral fertilizers, manure, composts and recycled materials has a clear relationship to climate change, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, soil degradation, agricultural productivity and food security, as well as the resilience of farms and farmers to climate change impacts. The inefficient use of nutrients and manure management can be a large source of GHG emissions but, if managed properly, can be turned into an advantage by reducing costs, increasing productivity, and recycling nutrients and energy. 

Type: Submissions
Year: 2019

This submission draws upon concrete, replicable examples and practical tools that have been used to incorporate gender in climate change adaptation actions, focusing on the joint BMU-funded initiative Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans Programme (NAP-Ag)

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