Outcomes and lessons learned from the Koronivia UNFCCC negotiations on agriculture and food security, and the way forward after COP 27

URL: https://www.fao.org/3/cc5739en/cc5739en.pdf

The Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture (KJWA) was established at COP23 to address six topics in the agricultural sector's role in climate change. KJWA has contributed to sharing scientific and technical knowledge, but limitations remain in translating outcomes into concrete climate actions. The new four-year Sharm el-Sheikh joint work on the implementation of climate action on agriculture and food security, which prioritizes ending hunger and considers national circumstances, includes the creation of an online portal for sharing information. The four-year agenda is shaped and broadened through the submission of views by parties, observers, and civil society and will be considered by SBSTA and SBI in June 2023.

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Organization Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
World Bank Group
Type of resource Policy analyses/briefs
Year of Release 2023

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