气候变化

粮农组织在气候变化方面开展的工作

气候变化威胁着我们实现全球粮食安全、消除贫困以及实现可持续发展的能力。 来自人类活动和牲畜的温室气体(GHG)排放是造成气候变化的重要因素,其在地球大气层中捕获热量,继而引发全球变暖。 气候变化对农业生产力有直接和间接的影响,包括改变降雨模式、干旱、洪水以及病虫害的地理分布。 海洋吸收的大量二氧化碳会引起海洋酸化,这将影响我们海洋的健康和依赖于它的人们的生计和营养。作为2030年议程和可持续发展目标的一个组成部分,粮农组织正在支持各国通过大量基于研究的实用计划与项目来缓解和适应气候变化所造成的影响。

FAO's climate action

战略计划

FAO and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) are co-leading a new 5-year programme called Scaling up Climate Ambition on Land Use and Agriculture through Nationally Determined Contributions and National Adaptation Plans (SCALA), funded by the German Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) through its International Climate Initiative (IKI).

SCALA responds to the urgent need for increased action to cope with climate change impacts in the agriculture and land use sectors. The twenty million euro programme will support at least twelve countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America to build adaptive capacity and to implement low emission priorities.

Country support includes strengthening policies, adopting innovative approaches to climate change adaptation and removing barriers related to information gaps, governance, finance, gender mainstreaming and integrated monitoring and reporting. To achieve this shift, the programme will engage the private sector and key national institutions.

SCALA supports countries to develop the capacity to own and lead the process to meet targets set out in their National Adaptation Plans and Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement, and to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. The SCALA initiative builds on another FAO-UNDP led programme, Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans (2015-2020) which is currently phasing out.

Partner countries:

Argentina
Cambodia
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cote d’Ivoire
Egypt
Ethiopia
Mongolia
Nepal
Senegal
Thailand
Uganda
 

More information: 

FAO Press Release: Germany launches €20 million programme with FAO and UNDP to boost the agriculture sectors’ role in addressing climate change 

UNDP Press release  

BMU Press release 

NAP-Ag programme website 

Contacts: [email protected]

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