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Type: Submissions
Year: 2012

Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA). Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Submission for the review of the amended New Delhi work programme on Article 6: Education, Training and Public Awareness. The following submission has been made in response to the Secretariats invitation to parties, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations for their views on possible elements of a successor New Delhi work programme on Article 6 of the Convention (education, training, public awareness). By including Article 6 in the UNFCCC nations have identified the importance of education, training and public awareness in achieving the goals of the convention. Education, training and public awareness are the most cost effective and socially empowering means to provoke actions for mitigating climate change as well as achieving adaptation efforts. It is therefore timely to revise and strengthen the commitment to Article 6. In particular it is suggested that the successor programme provides more efforts into mechanisms to engage children and young people, support activities related to agriculture and consumption and support access to knowledge and understanding on effective methodologies and techniques to create behavioural changes.

Type: Submissions
Year: 2011

A submission to the UNFCCC Secretariat on possible areas of further work on impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change under the Nairobi work programme Subject: Climate-Smart Agriculture Mandate: FCCC/SBSTA/2011/2, paragraphs 24 and 25 The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) thanks SBSTA for the opportunity to make available to Parties its views in the context of possible areas of further work on impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change, including proposals for upcoming activities, under the Nairobi work programme.

Type: Submissions
Year: 2011

A submission to the UNFCCC Secretariat on methodological guidance for activities relating to REDD+, in answer to the invitation of paragraph 31 of Decision FCCC/SBSTA/2011/2 In response to the invitation of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) to submit views on the issues identified in paragraphs 28ñ30 of Decision FCCC/SBSTA/2011/2, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) herein submits its views on: • guidance relating to a system for providing information on how safeguards referred to in appendix I to Decision 1/CP.16 are being addressed and respected throughout the implementation of the activities referred to in paragraph 70 of Decision 1/CP.16; • modalities relating to forest reference emission levels and / or forest reference levels; • modalities for measuring, reporting and verifying anthropogenic forest‐related emissions by sources and removals by sinks, forest carbon stocks, and forest carbon stock and forest area changes resulting from the implementation of the activities referred to in paragraph 70 of Decision 1/CP.16.

Type: Submissions
Year: 2011

A submission to UNFCCC Secretariat on processes to support the formulation and implementation of national adaptation plans in answer to the invitation of paragraph 7 of Decision FCCC/SBI/2011/L.16 In response to the invitation of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) to submit views on (a) the process to enable least developed country Parties to formulate and implement national adaptation plans, building upon their experience in preparing and implementing National Adaptation Programmes of Action (NAPAs); and (b) the modalities and guidelines for least developed country Parties and other developing country Parties to employ the modalities formulated to support national adaptation plans, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) herein submits its views on processes to support the formulation and implementation of national adaptation plans.

Type: Submissions
Year: 2011

Climate Change and Food Security in the Context of the Cancun Agreements Submission by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to the 14th session of the AWG‐LCA, in accordance with paragraph 1 of the Bali Action Plan. Recently food prices have once again shown an upward trend, kindling fears of another food price crisis along the lines of that experienced in 2007-2008. FAO recently signaled that its global food price index hit a new record high in February. Greater attention is now being given to climatic changes as one of the drivers of these price increases. FAO indicated that some food prices have more than doubled this year due in part to weather problems in key producing countries, which curbed global production of wheat, corn and sugar. ìOn a global level, increasingly unpredictable weather patterns will lead to falling agricultural production and higher food prices, leading to food insecurity,î the UNFCCC Secretary stated in an address delivered on 15 February 2011.

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