Agriculture and Food Security


Effective adaptation practices for agriculture and food systems help safeguard livelihoods, communities, and ecosystems from adverse impacts of climate change. Knowledge gaps still exist, and these can pose barriers to countries and specific target audiences in adapting to the impacts of climate change in agriculture and the systems that affect food security. Parties have identified agriculture and food security as crucial areas under the Nairobi Work Programme (NWP) where knowledge gaps need to be closed to enhance adaptation action. Addressing the knowledge and resilience needs of countries through tailored information for knowledge users is crucial to implementing adaptation action . The NWP, the UNFCCC knowledge-to-action hub for climate adaptation and resilience, uses a knowledge-to-action methodology that guides knowledge co-development through partnerships. This collaborative approach responds to the adaptation needs of Parties.

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Organization United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Type of resource Websites/platforms/portals
Year of Release 2022

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