The website of the climate-smart agriculture approach is an entry point for essential information on how to make agriculture, forestry and fisheries part of the solution to the negative impacts of climate change.
We present a framework for prioritizing adaptation approaches at a range of timeframes. The framework is illustrated by four case studies from developing countries, each with associated characterization of uncertainty. Two cases on near-term adaptation planning in Sri Lanka and on stakeholder scenario exercises in East Africa show how the relative utility of capacity.
WeADAPT is an online ‘open space’ on climate adaptation issues (including the synergies with mitigation) which allows practitioners, researchers and policy makers to access credible, high quality information and to share experiences and lessons learnt.
The c&c toolbox is a compilation of methodologies, guidelines and training materials which enable farmers to cope with climate change. It provides a platform to exchange knowledge on known and innovative adaptation practices and bridges the gap between science and farmer know-how.
A global coalition of partners, led by World Resources Institute (WRI), has launched an online forest monitoring and alert system meant to empower governments, local communities, the private sector, academics and civil society to track forest change.