Helping smallholder farmers mitigate climate change
As developing countries prepare commitments to mitigation activities in agriculture, investments should be guided by a thorough understanding of the appropriate incentives to encourage farmers to innovate and adopt new mitigation practices. This policy brief examines the benefits and costs of mitigation practices, financing opportunities, institutional arrangements and enabling conditions that could motivate mitigation.
- Indigenous knowledge systems and climate change management in Africa
- Agricultural practices and technologies to enhance food security, resilience and productivity in a sustainable manner
- The mitigation advantage: maximizing the co-benefits of investing in smallholder adaptation initiatives
- Integrated national policy approaches to climate-smart agriculture: insights from Brazil, Ethiopia, and New Zealand