Economic and Policy Analysis of Climate Change

The Economic and Policy Analysis of Climate Change (EPIC) programme of the FAO Agrifood Economics Division (ESA), supports countries in evidence-based policy making through sound economic and policy analysis to reform policies, institutions and investments on climate change, in connection with agricultural development and food security.  

The programme aims to strengthen sustainable agricultural systems through better policies and sound analysis of the costs, tradeoffs, adoption barriers and benefits, as well as the impacts of climate change on agriculture.

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News - 08.11.2021

On Wednesday, 29 October 2021, the EX-Ante Carbon Balance Tool (EX-ACT) team presented the Biodiversity Integrated Assessment and Computation Tool (B-INTACT) to the Asian Development Bank experts. 

The event outlined the simple, yet innovative approach of the tool and demonstrated how it contributes to better decision-making processes at local and country to ensure [...]

The EX-ACT suite of tools is composed of three appraisal systems developed by FAO to provide estimates of the impact of AFOLU-related activities on climate change, biodiversity and societies.

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Evidence and policy options on migration, cash crop production and deforestation in Uganda

This policy brief, prepared by the FAO Economic and Policy Analysis of Climate Change (EPIC), aims to analyse the relationships and policy options in regard to migration, cash crops and deforestation in Uganda. In particular, it shows that: – the expansion [...]

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