Action Plan for the implementation of the FAO Strategy on Climate Change 2022-2031
At its 166th Session (26-30 April 2021), FAO’s Council requested the development of a new FAO Strategy on Climate Change, following the recommendation made by the FAO Office of Evaluation in its recent Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 13 on climate action) and the implementation of FAO’s previous Strategy on Climate Change (2017). FAO developed its Strategy on Climate Change 2022-31 (the Strategy) through a participatory process including internal and external consultations with FAO experts in headquarters and Decentralized Offices, FAO Senior Management, FAO Members and Governing Bodies, and key partners. The 133rd Session of the Programme Committee (16-20 May 2022) considered the final draft of the Strategy on Climate Change and the 170th Council (13-17 June 2022)2 endorsed it. This document presents the outcomes as described in the Strategy and suggests draft outputs based on the areas of action defined in the Strategy’s section IV “Three pillars for enhanced action”.
|Organization||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)|
|Type of resource||Official documents|
|Year of Release||2022|