Processus de la CCNUCC
Pourparler de Bonn - 2013
FAO Side event
Date: 4 June 2013
Come and hear from FAO and partners about ways to increase productivity, adapt to climate change, build resilience, and reduce GHG emissions from agricultural sectors, including forestry and fisheries. Examples will cover different technologies, practices, planning, policies and investment options that are available for transforming landscapes and food systems.
The panel will focus on synergies between adaptation and mitigation at country level around the following questions:
Chaired by: Xiangjun Yao, Director, Climate, Energy and Tenure Division, FAO
Overview of new FAO knowledge on adaptation and mitigation options
Synergies between adaptation and mitigation at country level: panel discussion + dialogue
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Learning for a post-2020 UNFCCC framework using national mitigation actions for peatlands as pilots
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