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Year: 2022

«Renforcer les capacités mondiales pour accroître la transparence dans le secteur forestier (CBIT-Forest)» est un projet mené par l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture (FAO) et financé par le fonds fiduciaire Initiative de renforcement des capacités en matière de transparence (CBIT) du Fonds pour l’environnement mondial (FEM), qui a duré deux ans et demi. Ce projet mondial a renforcé les capacités institutionnelles et techniques des pays en développement pour la collecte, l’analyse et la diffusion des données sur les forêts. Il a aidé les pays à atteindre les exigences du Cadre de transparence renforcé issu de l’Accord de Paris et apporté l’informat

Year: 2022

The case study highlights how a roadmap of actions and their targeted implementation can assist Madagascar in coping with the main challenges of addressing the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) reporting requirements. It describes the starting point for the roadmap of actions and explains how the approach chosen, the tools used, and sustained effort made it possible to overcome the country’s challenges. It also highlights the importance of developing sustainable in-house capacity for continuous future improvement.

Year: 2022

The atlas describes the country’s climate and how it has changed over the last 30 years. It presents information such as minimum and maximum temperatures; the number of days with extreme temperature events; and agroclimatological studies during the 1990–2019 period. 

Year: 2022

This report presents the results of a rapid assessment of climate technologies in Kazakhstan’s agrifood sector. It finds that precision agriculture, fattening units and conservation agriculture are attractive to private investors given their high rates of return and shorter payback periods.

Year: 2022

Despite the growing global support for capacity building to improve soil management, the estimation and reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and removals, especially from mineral soils in national GHG inventories, is still very limited. In 2021, the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) and FAO conducted a global survey to assess how countries have addressed the estimation of carbon stock changes (CSCs) in mineral soils in their GHG inventories. This report presents the findings from the survey.