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Climate-smart agriculture
Year: 2016

The world population is expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050. Agriculture has a key role to play in feeding this population. However, agriculture must adapt to climate change and help mitigate climate impacts.
 
 

CSA in Madagascar / Climate-smart agriculture in Madagascar
Year: 2016

Madagascar is currently the 5th worldwide among countries most exposed to risks due to climate change and the first country in Africa exposed. For 30 years since 1980, natural hazards including droughts, earthquakes, epidemics, floods, cyclones and extreme temperatures, caused economic damage of more than $1 billion in Madagascar and the agricultural sector is among the hardest hit sectors.

Climate-Smart Agriculture in Action: Africa, Asia and Latin America
Year: 2015

This video shows how men and women farmers and other decision makers have applied the climate-smart agriculture approach in practice. Kenyan smallholder farmers have addressed climate change through integrated livestock systems and improved their incomes. The ecosystem approach has reduced environmental degradation of mangroves and reduced the climate vulnerability of Nicaraguan communities.

Understanding climate-smart agriculture
Year: 2015

This video explains the climate-smart agriculture approach including its objectives and why it is needed. To make climate-smart agriculture a reality we need to: expand the evidence base; improve policies; empower local institutions; and combine new financing options.


Climate-smart agriculture
Year: 2014

Shifting world agriculture to a "climate-smart" approach will not only help prevent future food security crises but holds the promise of sparking economic and agricultural renewal in rural areas where hunger and poverty are most prevalent.

Wendy Mann (FAO) talks about gaps in climate-smart agriculture implementation in Africa
Year: 2014

Wendy Mann of FAO was among delegates who attended a workshop on African Agriculture in a changing climate organized by CCAFS and partners. Here, she shares insights on African Agriculture with a focus on the CSA and the UNFCCC negotiations.


EPIC Climate-smart agriculture introductory video
Year: 2013

Dr Leslie Lipper, EPIC Programme Leader, FAO, provides an overview of the Economics and Policy Innovations for Climate-Smart Agriculture (EPIC) programme and the FAO-EU Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) project. She highlights the needs for investing in climate-smart agriculture and the five building blocks of the CSA project. For more information www.fao.org/climatechange/epic

Policy makers and researchers talk about the importance of Climate-Smart Agriculture
Year: 2013

Policy makers and researchers from Malawi, Viet Nam and Zambia attending the FAO Technical consultation on "Soil carbon sequestration coefficient and capacity building scenario planning" explain why climate-smart agriculture is important and share their country's experiences.