Article by Adriana Ignaciuk, Senior Economist, Economic and Social Development Department, FAO - Many international institutions call for additional funds to finance Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) adoption for smallholders. Although finance is crucial in achieving significant benefits resulting from CSA adoption, there are other ways to increase CSA uptake, not least...
Get in touch with us and share your latest work on Climate Smart Agriculture !  "GACSA Members Talks" is a new concept, where you can give us an update on your latest projects, programs or inform us regarding upcoming virtual events and webinars.  Schedule your call with GACSA Facilitation Unit by sending...
GACSA has created an interactive concept in the form of a Cooking show during the CFS Special Event with a focus on “Scaling-up investments for Climate Smart Agriculture projects in Food Systems”.  GACSA Co-Chairs, 👨‍🍳 H.E. Hoogeveen Hans and 👩‍🍳 Professor Lindiwe Majele Sibanda were the Head Chefs and Experts from all around the world...
GACSA Co-Chairs H.E. Hans Hoogeveen and Professor Lindiwe Majele Sibanda spoke during the webinar on "Success or Crisis in 2030? The Fight to Halve Food Loss and Waste" which was hosted by World Resources Institute (WRI) and 12.3 Champions.
GACSA is inviting you to join us during the CFS High-Level Special Event on Food Security and Nutrition on 15 October from 11.00 to 12.30 (GMT+2) During the event on “Scaling-up investments for Climate Smart Agriculture projects in Food Systems” participants from The Kingdom of the Netherlands, The Commonwealth Scientific and...
The Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture Facilitation Unit welcomes a new Coordinator and he tells us about his first impressions, GACSA's greatest value and what's next in a recent interview.
The award recognises and promotes the most noteworthy and successful efforts by individuals and organizations fighting climate change in developing countries
Following GACSA’s Annual Forum in June, the GACSA Facilitation Unit shared three big results and follow up actions of the conference with its members. Now, GACSA members and Action Groups ramp up to begin implementing these next steps.
CSAYN is a long standing member of GACSA and works in more than 30 countries to guarantee the future of CSA through the development of the world's young farmers.
With the Government of Zimbabwe, UNFCCC and Green Impact Trust and other stakeholders launched a "Developing a Climate Smart Agriculture Manual for University Level and Professional Level Agricultural Education in Zimbabwe"
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