土地与水资源

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02/07/2020
A recording of the webinar on "Monitoring water productivity in agriculture using FAO WaPOR”, held on 24 June 2020, organized by FAO and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of The Netherlands is now available online. To see WaPOR in action, visit: https://wapor.apps.fao.org to read more about...
17/06/2020
The Jordan River Basin is the most important water resource shared between the Middle East countries: Israel, Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan. Its surface water and groundwater have been highly exploited and fought over throughout history. The diverse climate over its area results in spatially variable precipitation and evapotranspiration, thus, variability...
17/06/2020
Enhancing the productivity and efficiency of agricultural water is key to increase food production and respond to the growing food demand, while at the same time preserving healthy and sustainable ecosystems. Even more so in drought- and desertification-prone areas, whereby agricultural production is negatively affected by climate change, erratic rainfall...
10/06/2020
The Global Framework on Water Scarcity in Agriculture (WASAG) hosted by the FAO Land and Water Division is organizing its sixth webinar on "Water & nutrition: from research to action". Water use in agriculture is fundamental for both food security and rural livelihoods, but also supports improved nutrition through many pathways;...
10/06/2020
To celebrate the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, FAO's Global Soil Partnership is organizing a webinar on "RECSOIL: Recarbonization of global soils". The webinar will discuss the feasibility of moving the SOC agenda into action and how RECSOIL can contribute to it. Increased soil organic carbon (SOC) has been...
07/06/2020
The Global Framework on Water Scarcity in Agriculture (WASAG) hosted by the FAO Land and Water Division is organizing its fifth webinar on "Collaboration on Promoting Quinoa (Part 1)".Quinoa, which has high nutrient content and adaptability to various marginal conditions has been identified by various organizations, such as...
05/06/2020
A FAO-EU project tackles water scarcity and rising fuel costs with new irrigation methods Close to 70 percent of Yemen’s population lives in rural areas. Irrigated agriculture is their primary source of food, employment and economic activity. However, water scarcity has long posed one of the most significant constraints to food production and livelihoods.
04/06/2020
The Global Framework on Water Scarcity in Agriculture (WASAG) hosted by the FAO Land and Water Division is organizing its fourth webinar on "Bridging financing gaps for Nationally Determined Contributions in agriculture under climate change", on Tuesday 9 June 2020 from 15.00 to 16.00 CEST. The Finance working group...