Agriculture, food security and climate change in post-Copenhagen processes

  • 01/01/2010
  • FAO

While only a limited number of Non-Annex I Parties have made submissions in response to the Copenhagen Accord, the proportion of these that included agriculture may be an indicator that agriculture is likely to become an important component of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in developing countries. It is not too early for countries wishing to offer and those wishing to receive international support for agricultural mitigation, to move towards the coordinated development of pilots, which could build confidence and readiness for nationally appropriate mitigation action in agriculture, accompanied by technical support tailored to country circumstances.

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