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This book collects the findings of a group of scientists and economists who have taken stock of climate change impacts on food and agriculture at global and regional levels over the past two decades.


Prolonged droughts and heavy rains, a consequence of current erratic weather patterns, have destroyed more than half of the farmers' corn and beans crops along the Central American Dry Corridor, leaving them without food reserves.


Within the framework of the project "Capacity building of technicians and producers of the Central Region in the implementation of a practical tool for agroecological zoning  and scenarios for adaptation to climate change" INTA carries out this project in collaboration with Extension services of the Ministry of Agricultu


14 CARICOM countries will design multiple projects to mobilize resources from international sources, which will allow them to improve the resilience and adaptation of their agriculture, food systems and rural communities to change climate.