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Климатически оптимизированное сельское хозяйство

Следующие ресурсы, связанные с КОСХ, призваны оказывать помощь заинтересованным сторонам и исследователям на глобальном, региональном и местном уровнях в их работе по реализации практик КОСХ. 

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To promote climate-smart agriculture (CSA) at global and local level and to transform the agricultural system under climate change, the Italian Ministry of Environment, Land and Sea of Italy (IMELS) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) have joined their efforts in a project to scale-up climate-smart agriculture. This brochure was made to briefly explain what is the FAO - IMELS project (commonly named Italian project) and how it contributes to the Climate-Smart Agriculture approach, also due to its two implementations in Botswana and Ecuador.

The main objective of this training module is to help project designers and implementers develop their capacity to integrate gender issues in CSA projects and programs. As a result of the training, learners are expected to have a better understanding of the gender roles in CSA and their critical impact on project outcomes and sustainability. The training will also provide different methods and tools enabling learners to identify, formulate, implement, monitor, and evaluate gender-responsive actions and practices in CSA development projects.  

This publication is a compilation of ten successful youth-focused or youth-led initiatives in agriculture that address the impacts of climate change. The highlighted initiatives can serve as a promotional tool for youth networks, practitioners and programme managers who are interested in supporting youth in the agriculture sectors under a changing climate. 

This publication presents an assessment and mapping of CSA-SDG interlinkages. These provide entry points for targeted CSA planning to enhance synergies and reduce potential trade-offs between CSA objectives and SDGs. The publication also provides guidelines for the integration of the CSA implementation steps with the 2030 Agenda.

A flyer looking at the 5 implementation steps of Climate-Smart Agriculture and the Sustainable Development Goals, as well as the synergies & Trade-offs.

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