Capacity Development on Climate Change
The following e-learning tools and/or programmes on climate change have been developed by FAO in collaboration with external institutions.
Description: interactive learning sessions and practical resources for training on climate change adaptation in rural communities.
Description: interactive learning sessions and practical resources for better understanding of the concepts and the implementation of climate and flood forecast applications in agriculture.
Description: through simplified concepts and relevant resources and examples, this package explores the impacts of global change on agriculture, the impacts of agriculture on ecosystems and possible technical and policy considerations that can help building food security under current and future challenges. The package was developed in the context of a climate change adaptation project in the Yellow River Basin in China. Target audience: Originally designed for government authorities, ithe package can be used as a training base for other audiences who are interested in climate resilient and environmentally sound agricultural production. Language (-s): English Contact: cpesap at caas.ac.cn
Description: a “primer” on the subject of “climate change and food security”; basics of climate science, climate change adaptation, mitigation and climate-smart agriculture.
Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (facilitated course for FAO staff)
Description: a facilitated course for FAO employees working on some aspects of climate change. The course curriculum provides an overview of the different subject areas on climate change, agriculture and food security including concrete examples for linking FAO’s work to climate change. Moodle is used as course platform providing possiblities for interaction between course participants.