FAO is leading three Green Climate Fund projects in El Salvador, Jordan and Pakistan that help farmers adapt to climate change in water-stressed regions with the help of native trees, rooftop rainwater harvesting and digital tools.
In an Ava Guaraní community, yerba mate is grown for consumption, to generate economic income, mitigate the impacts of climate change, and, above all, to maintain the ancestral culture. This effort is now supported by the PROEZA Paraguay project, an initiative funded by the Green Climate Fund and implemented with technical assistance from FAO.
Take a deep breath. Now ponder this: the big, blue ocean that covers 71 percent of the Earth produces over 50 percent of our oxygen. The ocean is also key to cooling the planet, absorbing 90 percent of the excess heat caused by global warming and capturing 25 percent of all carbon dioxide emissions. But harmful, human activities such as ...
Joint FAO − GCF project will support Georgia's transition to a low-emission, climate-resilient agrifood sector
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