This Inception Report outlines preparatory steps for SCALA implementation in Colombia. This phase was complemented by key consultation with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, as well as other key territorial and research actors of SCALA. Furthermore, the report presents the country's work plan, rationale, and objectives to promote the acceleration of climate action in the agricultural sector.
This Inception Report provides an overview of the preparatory steps for the implementation of the SCALA programme carried out during the inception phase in Cambodia. The inception phase was complemented by key consultation and validation meetings with the Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries and the Ministry of Environment as well as a wider set of national stakeholders. Furthermore, the report presents the work plan for the remainder of the implementation period.
This Inception Report provides an overview of the preparatory steps for the implementation of the SCALA programme carried out during the inception phase in Nepal. The inception phase was complemented by key consultation and validation meetings with the focal ministry and a wider set of national stakeholders. Furthermore, the report presents the work plan for the remainder of the implementation period.
To implement SCALA in Thailand, the FAO and UNDP will work closely with the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (MoAC), which is the key government counterpart and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE), to achieve the NDC and NAP targets set by the country.
This guidance note illustrates three broad intervention areas. These interventions are crucial to addressing barriers to private sector engagement (PSE) in climate action such as a perceived gap in the alignment of public and private sector objectives, a limited understanding of climate risks and business opportunities, insufficient incentives, and a lack opportunities and investable ideas that are of adequate scale which offer risk adjusted returns for their investment.
This Inception Report highlights the outcomes of the inception activities. by FAO and UNDP, in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, and Ministry of Water and Irrigation to determine the scope and areas of SCALA programme implementation in Egypt. It outlines the theory of transformative change for the SCALA implementation in Egypt's fruit and horticulture subsector and agriculture and land use sectors
This Inception Report highlights the outcomes of the inception activities undertaken by FAO and UNDP, in close collaboration with the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry and Ministry of Environment and Tourism to determine the scope and areas of SCALA implementation in Mongolia. The insights, perspectives, and recommendations gathered during the inception phase were used to identify the priority areas for the country and to develop the workplan for the programme in Mongolia.
This document outlines the funding call for accessing the Technical Assistance Facility to enhance private sector engagement under the FAO-UNDP SCALA programme. The objective of the facility is to support countries to accelerate investments in low-carbon and climate-resilience agriculture practices by mobilizing private sector actors in Nationally Determined Contributions and National Adaptation Plans implementation.
This Inception Report highlights the outcomes of the inception activities undertaken by FAO and UNDP, in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Energy and the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock. To translate the priorities defined in national plans, five transformative climate actions have been identified contributing to adaptation and mitigation efforts in the livestock, coffee, and family farming sectors. The report is in Spanish and has an executive summary in English.
This brief explains the relevance of National Adaptation Plan (NAP) and nationally determined contribution (NDC) governance to SCALA, outlines proposed interventions to address this topic and summarizes useful resources as well as support available from the global team. NDCs and NAPs are the starting point under SCALA for supporting participant countries in translating their climate commitments into actionable and transformative climate action in the land-use and agriculture sectors
- 2021 (Interim) Global update report: Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries in the Nationally Determined Contributions
- Climate change impacts and adaptation options in the agrifood system
- Brief summary of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Sixth Assessment Report
NAP-Ag programme relevant publications
- Toolkit for value chains analysis & market development integrating climate resilience and gender responsiveness
- Monitoring & evaluation guidance notes and training package
- Addressing forestry and agroforestry in National Adaptation Plans
- Progress in developing a national monitoring and evaluation system for adaptation in the agriculture sector: a multi-country case study