L'Equipe MICCA

Coordinatrice du programme MICCA

Marja-Liisa Tapio-Biström
Fonctionnaire principale du changement climatique, coordinatrice du programme MICCA
Division du Climat, de l'Énergie et des Régimes Fonciers (NRC)

"I want to see the understanding and practice of mitigation as an integral part of the future climate smart agriculture develop and spread all over the world."

   
Membres de l'équipe

Riccardo Biancalani
Agent Technique - Ressources Naturelles
Division du Climat, de l'Énergie et des Régimes Fonciers (NRC)

“I am interested in working with the partner countries in the linkages between climate change, land management and food security. I hope that we will be able to use our technical work within the MICCA program for supporting development actions and sustainable use of natural resources.”



Giacomo Branca
Économiste Agricole et des Ressources
Division de l'Économie du Développement Agricole (ESA)

"I hope that policy makers will be more aware of the beneficial effects of sustainable production practices on crop yields and will promote incentive mechanisms to increase adoption of such practices among farmers."



Louis Bockel
Fonctionnaire principal chargé de soutien aux politique agricoles
Service de Soutien pour l'Assistance aux Politiques (TCSP)

"Mainstreaming climate-smart agriculture is now being seen as the ‘right way to work’ for country policy-makers and for donors in all agriculture development. MICCA will provide important support to this process."



Rocío Danica Condor Golec
Agente Technique - Changement climatique et environnement
Division du Climate, de l'Énergie et des Régimes Fonciers (NRC)

“I hope I can contribute to facilitating collaboration among different climate change actors, and supporting capacity development of member countries on their agriculture national greenhouse gas inventory”.



Alessandro Ferrara
Agronomiste – Inventaire des gaz à effet de serre
Division du Climat, de l'Énergie et des Régimes Fonciers (NRC)

“I see MICCA as a very important opportunity to improve data availability and assessments on greenhouse gas emissions, and support rural areas in adopting appropriate mitigation strategies to ensure sustainable agriculture and food security.”



Pierre Gerber
Agent Technique - Politiques d’Elevage
Sous-Division de l'information, de l'analyse sectorielle et des politiques en matière d'élevage (AGAL)

"I would like to see MICCA identify effective policy and technical options for the reduction of emissions per unit of product in the agricultural sector, thereby providing pathways for the sector to grow while minimizing its impact on climate."



Benjamin Henderson 
Agent Technique - Politiques d’Elevage
Sous-Division de l'information, de l'analyse sectorielle et des politiques en matière d'élevage (AGAL)

"Current knowledge about agriculture’s global potential to cost effectively mitigate greenhouse gases, comes from a very small handful of studies. And we know even less about the wider socio-economic effects that mitigation policies at this scale could generate. The MICCA project has great potential to expand our knowledge on these critical policy-relevant issues."



Christiane Kessl
Agente Administrative
Division du Climat, de l'Énergie et des Régimes Fonciers (NRC)

"It’s my hope that MICCA will contribute to climate change being considered a serious problem that everyone must face together and make meaningful investments to deal with. It shouldn’t be seen the last issue to resolve on the international agenda and taking responsibility for it shouldn’t be put off."



Josephine Kirui
MICCA-East Africa Dairy Development Project (EADD) Facilitator

"I would like to see rural development programs embrace climate-smart practices by mainstreaming climate-smart agriculture in all rural based development projects."



Robert Mayo
Statisticien Principal
Département du Développement Économique et Social (ES)

"We look forward to MICCA strengthening countries’ ability to gather, compile and analyse greenhouse gas related data from the agricultural sector."



 

Constance Neely
Senior Consultant - Terrain, moyens de subsistance et changement climatique
Division du Climat, de l'Énergie et des Régimes Fonciers (NRC)

"The MICCA pilot projects offer an opportunity to obtain the scientific evidence to demonstrate how integrated farming systems and landscape management can mitigate agricultural emissions while ensuring functional ecosystem processes and improved productivity. I hope farmers and pastoralists will then be recognized for their stewardship of the natural resource base that supports us all."



Maria Nuutinen
Agent Technique - Atténuation du Changement Climatique, Cadre associé
Division du Climat, de l'Énergie et des Régimes Fonciers (NRC)

"There are remarkable amounts of enthusiasm, knowledge and courage being channelled toward preventing catastrophic changes in global weather patterns. My aspiration is that MICCA becomes part of shared movement that will make agriculture climate-smart and help farmers everywhere provide for people’s needs."



Carolyn Opio
Agent Technique - Ressources Naturelles
Sous-Division de l'information, de l'analyse sectorielle et des politiques en matière d'élevage (AGAL)

"MICCA makes its case by providing a basis for the advancement and understanding of climate change mitigation while bridging the gap between science and policy. In this process, I hope we will be able to demonstrate that sustainable low-carbon agriculture development is possible and can bring with it environmental rewards."



Janie Rioux
Le Renforcement des Capacités et Changement Climatique
Division du Climat, de l'Énergie et des Régimes Fonciers (NRC)

"Through capacity building and pilot projects, MICCA will demonstrate how farmers and pastoralists can contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and sequestering carbon through climate smart agriculture and sustainable land management, while at the same time improving their livelihoods and ability to adapt to change."



Simone Rossi
Environmental Scientist - Inventaire des gaz à effet de serre
Statistics Division (ESS)

"Increasing agricultural production in a climate-smart way is essential to move towards sustainable food security, and ultimately towards sustainable development. In this context, improving completeness and reliability in the assessments of greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture and land use change processes is key to monitoring the impact of agriculture on climate change."



Mirella Salvatore
Statisticien, Inventaire des gaz à effet de serre
Division du Climat, de l'Énergie et des Régimes Fonciers (NRC)

"Providing advice on mitigation policies requires solid information on greenhouse gas emissions. But currently we have many gaps in our data. With MICCA, I want to contribute to building a global information base on greenhouse gas emissions and help countries to improve their capacity to collect and monitor data."



 

Francesco Tubiello
Agent Technique - Ressources Naturelles
Division du Climat, de l'Énergie et des Régimes Fonciers (NRC)

‘’I would like to see climate change addressed in ways that enhance rural development and improve food security. MICCA can provide the robust data, accessible knowledge and practical guidelines needed by farmers, countries and the international community to take action.’’



Todd Rosenstock
Research Fellow, Climate Change and Land Health
World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)

"MICCA pilot projects develop and implement robust methods to identify, verify, and scale climate-smart agricultural practices at whole-farm and landscape scales. The information generated helps to fill critical gaps in knowledge and supports decision making at multiple levels, ranging from farmers to policy makers."



dernière mise à jour:  vendredi 1 août 2014