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Type: Submissions
Year: 2014

Submission by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on opportunities for actions with high mitigation potential, including those with adaptation and sustainable development co-benefits. In response to the invitation of the ADP “to submit to the secretariat, by 30 March 2014 and regularly thereafter, information on the opportunities for actions referred to in decision 1/CP.19, paragraph 5(a), including their mitigation benefits, costs, co-benefits and barriers to their implementation and strategies to overcome those barriers, including finance, technology and capacity-building support for mitigation action in developing country Parties.”

Type: Submissions
Year: 2014

Good practices and lessons learned related to processes and structures for linking national and local adaptation planning; and addressing the issues of ecosystems, water resources and health in the Agriculture Sector. In response to the call for submissions to be considered at SBSTA 41 (December 2014) based on the mandates contained in the conclusions FCCC/SBSTA/2013/5, paragraph 13 (b) and FCCC/SBSTA/2014/L.13, paragraph 7, FAO is pleased to submit relevant information on good practices and lessons learned related to processes and structures for linking national and local adaptation planning and addressing the issues of ecosystems, water resources and health in the agriculture sector. The submission is based on FAO’s experience in relation to two specific programmes and country examples.

Type: Submissions
Year: 2014

Submission by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on the Support to Least Developed and Developing Countries in the National Adaptation Plan Process regarding the integration of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry perspectives. In response to the invitations of the SBI (i) to receive “information from United Nations organizations, specialized agencies and other relevant organizations, as well as bilateral and multilateral agencies on how they have responded to the invitation to consider establishing or enhancing support programmes for the national adaptation plan process within their mandates, as appropriate, which could facilitate the provision of financial and technical support to developing country Parties that are not least developed countries” (FCCC/SBI/2013/L.10/Add.1, paragraph 5); and (ii) to refer to “information from Parties and relevant organizations on their experience with the application of the initial guidelines for the formulation of national adaptation plans, as well as any other information relevant to the formulation and implementation of the national adaptation plans (FCCC/SBI/2013/L.10/Add.1, paragraph 6)”. 

Type: Submissions
Year: 2013

FAO submission to the UNFCCC Secretariat in response to the invitation in paragraph 48 of decision 1/CP.18 Various approaches, including opportunities for using markets, to enhance the costeffectiveness of, and to promote, mitigation actions, bearing in mind different circumstances of developed and developing countries. In response to the above mentioned invitation the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) herein submits its views on the matters referred to in paragraphs 44–47 of decision 1/CP.18. 

Type: Submissions
Year: 2013

FAO Submission on Agriculture for SBSTA Submission by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on issues related to agriculture, as requested in the conclusions of SBSTA 38 (item 9 point 4). Parties and observer organizations have been invited to provide their views “...on the current state of scientific knowledge on how to enhance the adaptation of agriculture to climate change impacts while promoting rural development, sustainable development and productivity of agricultural systems and food security in all countries, particularly in developing countries. This should take into account the diversity of the agricultural systems and the differences in scale, as well as possible adaptation co-benefits.”

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