Земельные и водные ресурсы


Water tenure: Building equity and resilience to leave no one behind
Also available in French, Tamil and Sinhala. Providing access to land and water resources is fundamental to ensure local and national food security, especially in conditions of water scarcity, climate change and increased competition. Water is a vital resource for people’s livelihoods. It is important to manage it efficiently and equitably. [...]
6 actions to keep soil alive
Soil organisms are essential for food security, climate change and the environment. An agenda for action on soil biodiversity is needed to protect, strengthen monitoring, and prevent further biodiversity loss.
World Water Day 2021 Celebration: Valuing water
World Water Day celebrates water and raises awareness of the global water crisis, and a core focus of the observance is to support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030. The theme of World Water Day 2021 was valuing water. 
State of Food and Agriculture (SOFA) : Overcoming Water Challenges in Agriculture
The 2020 edition of FAO’s State of Food and Agriculture (SOFA) focuses on water challenges in agriculture. Water shortages and scarcity jeopardize the environment that is necessary to enable and ensure access to food for the world’s most vulnerable.
World Water Day 2021: What does water mean to you?
World Water Day 2021 celebrates the different ways water benefits our lives, and explores how we can value water properly and safeguard it effectively for everyone. This animation looks at how water means different things to different people. Their home and family life, their livelihood, their cultural practices, their wellbeing [...]
Keep soil alive
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The animation gives a brief introduction on the main drivers, the key functions and challenges of soil biodiversity loss, indicating possible ways to enhance soil biodiversity as a nature-based solution.
SMART Irrigation - SMART WASH to respond to pandemics
Agriculture has been the engine of overall economic growth in developing countries, whereby agriculture significantly contributes to national GDPs, rural employment levels, household food security and trade balance. The crisis generated by the spreading of Covid-19, however, is already affecting food systems under different dimensions and threatens the gains so [...]
FAO Adaptation Fund Technical Webinar: Nature and Agriculture
Nature plays a key role in addressing adaptation challenges. Nature-Based Solutions (NbS) in conservation agriculture can provide healthy ecosystems that yield multiple benefits. FAO and The Nature Conservancy (TNC) are moving beyond research to address the potential for higher rate of adoption of agriculture- and nature-based solutions (Ag-NbS) through the [...]
FAO Adaptation Fund Technical Webinar
In the face of climate change, improving the sustainable management of groundwater, thanks to better understanding and continuous monitoring, is more than ever needed. Measuring changes and observing the ongoing dynamics of groundwater resources represent not only an effective strategy to respond to the increasing scarcity of resources, but also [...]
Webinar: Scaling Resilient Water and Agriculture Management Practices for Sustainable Rice Intensification in East Africa
Achieving food security remains a major challenge in the East Africa region. With increasing demand for food due to population growth and improvements in disposable income, the situation is expected to remain critical as the impact of climate change and unsustainable land and water management practices become more profound. The [...]
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