The agriculture sector supports lives and livelihoods in communities around the world. FAO estimates that small-scale farmers produce over 70% of the world's food needs. Helping farmers cope with climate change impacts, while also reducing the sectors greenhouse gas emissions, requires outreach to large and small-scale farm operations. Transferring technology in the farming sector both reduces vulnerability to climate change risks while increasing food security and enhancing the overall health and well-being of farming communities. Ranging from conventional to organic regenerative farming practices, agricultural technologies encompass tools and techniques to grow and process food crops consumed locally and traded around the world. Below you will find related publications, partners, CTCN technical assistance, technologies and other information for exploring this topic further.
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The Kyrgyz Republic is a land locked and lower-middle-income country of 6,3 million population endowed with natural resources including minerals, glaciers, arable land, forestry and pastures. The country is the third most vulnerable to climate change impacts in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, due to its dependency on and sensitivity of agricultural systems.
Strengthening the National Disaster Management Agency’s (NDMA) capacity’s application of UAV and Remote sensing technology for vulnerability assessments and response planningType:Technical AssistanceDate of submission:Phase:DesignCountries:Objective:Cross-sectoral enabler:
The Kingdom of Eswatini is a landlocked country between South Africa and People’s Republic of Mozambique. The country faces numerous challenges such as poverty, chronic food insecurity, HIV/AIDS and climate-related disasters that include droughts, storms and floods and invasive plant and diseases. According to Eswatini's Third National Communication to the UNFCCC, between 1961 and 2010 there is an upward trend in mean annual temperature across the different parts of the country and a decrease in seasonal rainfall and an increase in frequencies of dry spells.
Workshop on sand and dust storms (SDS) technologies to control dust storms sources with focus on degraded lands, dried up riverbeds and lakes, and plains and agricultural fieldsType:Technical AssistanceDate of submission:Phase:ImplementationCountries:
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During the last two decades, sand and dust storms (SDS) phenomena have escalated in the world and particularly in West Asia and the Southern and Western parts of Iran, especially in Khuzestan province. The affected areas are faced with low food security. This is a threat to human life, flora and fauna in the affected regions. According to several studies, the intensity and frequency of dust storms due to climate change has increased in Iran.
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This Technology Transfer Advances Kenya's
- Nationally Determined Contribution to expand in clean energy options such as geothermal, and to abate its GHG emissions by 30% by 2030 relative to the BAU scenario of 143 MtCO2eq and in line with its sustainable development agenda.
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This Technology Transfer Advances Ethiopia's
- Nationally Determined Contribution to expand electric power generation from geothermal and limit its net greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2030 to 145 Mt CO2e or lower. This would constitute a 255 MtCO2e reduction from the projected ‘business-asusual’ (BAU) emissions in 2030 or a 64% reduction from the BAU scenario in 2030.
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This Technology Transfer Advances Tanzania's
- Nationally Determined Contribution to enhance the use of renewable energy potential, including geothermal, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions economy wide between 10-20% by 2030 relative to the BAU scenario of 138 - 153 Million tones of carbon dioxide equivalent (MtCO2e).
Diagnosis on the vulnerability of three (3) communes of Cameroon in order to establish bases for developing energy and climate action plansType:Technical AssistanceDate of submission:Phase:ImplementationCountries:Approach:
According to the National Climate Change Adaptation Plan (PNACC), about 320,000 Cameroonians, out of a total population of about 22 million, are already affected by climate-related disasters. The country is already facing an abnormal recurrence of extreme weather events.