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Green and climate-resilient agriculture

 
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Green and climate resilient agriculture is key to making agriculture part of the solution to climate change and to feeding an increasing world population expected to reach almost 10 billion by 2050. It is an area of action that aligns with FAO’s mandate and supports the reduction of emissions to avoid dangerous climate change by limiting global warming to well below 2°C and pursuing efforts to limit it to 1.5°C as stated in the Paris Agreement.

Action on the ground through green and climate resilient agriculture is essential in supporting countries while maximizing synergies and minimizing trade-offs. Below are examples of what’s already happening at field level and the projects and programmes that engage directly with farmers (including herders, fisherfolk, foresters) and other stakeholders, to transform practices so they are sustainable, green and climate resilient.

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Climate-smart agriculture case studies 2021

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Green and climate-resilient agriculture

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Understanding the future of Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture

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