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Overview and Key messages 
18.1 Introduction 
18.2 Defining assessment, monitoring and evaluation for CSA: scope, purposes, frameworks and concepts 
18.3 How to conduct assessments for CSA policy and project design 
18.4 How to implement monitoring and evaluation for CSA programmes and projects 
18.5 Challenges and guiding principles 
18.6 Examples of assessment, monitoring and evaluation 
18.7 Conclusions

Overview and Key messages 
4.1 Principles of soil health, key functions and soil: plant-water interrelations 
4.2 Challenges of climate change to soils 
4.3 Soil principles for climate change adaptation and mitigation and enhancing resilience in different contexts 
4.4 Successful examples of soil management practices for climate-smart agriculture with a focus on resilience 
4.5 Conclusions

Overview and Key messages 
5.1 Introduction – Energy and the agrifood system 
5.2 Energy-smart food in the CSA context 
5.3 Moving forward – possible energy solutions for CSA 
5.4 Conclusions

The purpose of the sourcebook is to further elaborate the concept of CSA and demonstrate its potential, as well as limitations. It aims to help decision makers at a number of levels (including political administrators and natural resource managers) to understand the different options that are available for planning, policies and investments and the practices that are suitable for making different agricultural sectors, landscapes and food systems more climate-smart. This sourcebook is a reference tool for planners, practitioners and policy makers working in agriculture, forestry and fisheries at national and subnational levels. The sourcebook indicates some of the necessary ingredients required to achieve a climate-smart approach to the agricultural sectors, including existing options and barriers.