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Year: 2016

This audio production was created through FAO’s partnership with the World Organization of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC). This radio programme by JRKDem - Samudra FM in Indonesia focuses on climate change.

Mr. Kustiwa Adinata, Secretary General of the Indonesian IPM Farmers Association (IPPHTI), talks about the impacts and efforts to adapt to climate change in the agricultural sector and coastal areas in Indonesia. Language: Bahasa. 

Year: 2016

FAO-AMARC Audio productions (Macedonian)

As the climate continues to warm, major changes may occur in the structure and function of ecosystems, ecological interactions and the geographical cover of species with predominantly negative consequences for biodiversity. 

Radio Kanal 103, Macedonia

Year: 2016

The world population is expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050. Agriculture has a key role to play in feeding this population. However, agriculture must adapt to climate change and help mitigate climate impacts. Romina Cavatassi and Aslihan Arslan, Natural Resource Economists of the FAO Agricultural Development Economics Division explain how Climate Smart Agriculture addresses agricultural development to achieve sustainable food and agriculture worldwide. They describe the FAO policy work, including key policy messages. This video forms part of a series of policy and governance videos being produced by FAO in 2016.

Year: 2016

Cette vidéo présente le rapport phare de la FAO sur la Situation de l’alimentation et de l’Agriculture en 2016. Le rapport a pour thème; Changement climatique, agriculture et sécurité alimentaire. Il livre une analyse des effets actuels et à venir du changement climatique, en proposant aux gouvernements et aux parties prenantes les différentes voies à emprunter pour y faire face. 

Year: 2016

The devastating drought sparked by the worst El Niño in records has driven Ethiopia to an alarming state of food insecurity and malnutrition. The El Niño-induced drought is not just a food crisis — above all, it is a livelihood crisis. FAO Ethiopia seeks USD 13 million by the end of March to support more than 600.000 of the worst affected people, for seed support – both food crop seed and forage seed - and supplementary feeding for core breeding animals of livestock-dependent households. This is part of its overall USD 50 million El Niño Response Plan, which remains less than 10 percent funded.