This umbrella initiative consisted in a series of three virtual events (two workshops and a webinar) that aimed to provide and enhance the understanding of climate policies, pledges and initiatives from COP26, and their impacts on the push towards resilient and low-emission landscapes in Asia and the Pacific. For more information and to view presentations click here.

Event 1: Post COP26 synthesis of key outcomes for the land use sector in Asia-Pacific (1-3 March 2022)  

Event 2: Scaling up resilient and low emission practices in Asia – the role of climate policies (15-16 March 2022) 

Event 3: Scaling resilient and low emission practices through partnerships (22 March 2022)



  1. Discuss in-depth sectoral needs and strategies to shape climate policies, highlighting the important role of the agriculture sector to contribute to each country’s climate pledges including ambitious net-zero targets, the Global Methane Pledge, and national adaptation.
  2. Enhance country capacities to implement resilient and low emission agricultural practices available and required to meet up country’s climate pledges.
  3. Highlight best practices already existing within the region and country experiences that need scaling up to contribute to ambitions.
  4. Introduce partners who could help by providing technical and financial support.
  5. Contribute to the achievement of the goals of relevant ASEAN frameworks and guidelines on food security and climate change


  • FAO, with financial support from the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) of Japan
  • GIZ Agritrade project in support of ASEAN Climate Resilience Network (ASEAN CRN) and the ASEAN Negotiating Group for Agriculture;
  • Climate and Clean Air Coalition (based in UNEP)

Target participants

Agriculture and environment practitioners and policymakers, civil society organizations, farmer organizations, researchers, technical experts, students etc.