Alimentation et agriculture durables



New video that explains how indicators are monitored, and the contributions of FAO to this process. It highlights indicator 2.4.1 on sustainable agriculture.
To meet the Sustainable Development Goals, the world needs to move faster from a crisis-led response to a proactive approach that reduces impacts, builds resilience and allows people to cope with drought. The tools, systems and techniques are already available. FAO supports countries to increase resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises. Everyone has a role to play, from the policy to the community level to avoid drought becoming famines and to ensure no one is left behind.
Interview with Vali Kurbonov Ibrohimovich, Tajikistan at the FAO regional workshop
FAOSTAT now features a new data domain within its set of agri-environmental data products, on Temperature change. The FAOSTAT Temperature Change dataset contains nationally-aggregated data on observed mean surface temperature changes, by country, over the period 1961–2016, with respect to the 1951-1980 climatology, takes as the reference period. This FAOSTAT dataset is developed in collaboration with the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (NASA-GISS) and will be updated annually. Visit the FAOSTAT domain:
Interview with Jamie Morrison at the FAO regional workshop (19-20 June, Minsk, Belarus)
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