Many climate change actions or solutions are to be found in the agrifood sector. These stories from the field showcase the potential of agrifood systems as a solution to the climate crisis. Agrifood system solutions have concrete cross-cutting impacts helping to build resilience, adapt to climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions while safeguarding biodiversity and ensuring food security for all.
Browse this section to learn more about how FAO supports countries around the world to boost climate action in agriculture and food systems.
It is early morning, and Michael Lokuru Kuri is taking his cattle out to graze as he does every day when the sun rises, to beat the heat. It’s a peaceful...
The Mediterranean Sea is being invaded by hundreds of fish, jellyfish, prawns and other marine species from outside the region.
More than 1...
The first traces of cotton growing in Azerbaijan date back thousands of years. During the Soviet era, it was referred to as "white gold," accounting...
Agriculture has been around for more than 10 000 years. In that time, it has not only given us food, shelter, and livelihoods, but also knowledge,...
Equipped with FAO remote sensing tools, local experts are studying deforestation dynamics
The Gambia contributes just 0.01 percent to global greenhouse...
Restoring ecosystems replenishes vital water sources in the Central American Dry Corridor
FAO-China South-South Cooperation Programme supports climate-resilient agriculture in the heart of a landlocked country