Food security & climate benefits through nationally appropriate mitigation actions in agriculture
Agriculture sectors’ mitigation potential is recognized by 86 percent of countries in their Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC). Agriculture's climate change mitigation potential needs to be unlocked to address the emission gap and keep the temperature increase below 2°C limit. Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions provide a mechanism for supporting countries to implement their INDC and achieve a number of SDGs by enhancing agricultural productivity, supporting food security, and rural development while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
|Organisation||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)|
|Type de ressource||Infographies|
|Année de sortie||2016|