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  1. Effective climate diplomacy requires action at all levels

    Climate change affects everyone – from villagers in the most remote parts of the world, to metropolitan heads of government and private sector leaders. Amid a changing political landscape and an increase in climate impacts, dialogue and collaboration are needed more than ever to make a lasting...
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  2. The State of Food and Agriculture (SOFA 2016) on Climate change, agriculture and food security

    Agriculture, including forestry, fisheries and livestock production, generate around a fifth of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. Agriculture must both contribute more to combating climate change while bracing to overcome its impacts, according to The State of Food and Agriculture 2016 which...
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  3. The Agriculture Sectors in the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions: Analysis

    The Intended Nationally Determined Contributions ( INDC s) served as a basis for negotiations at COP21 and provided the foundation for the Paris Agreement on climate change. Unless a Party specifies otherwise, its INDC will become its first Nationally Determined Contribution ( NDC ) upon submitting...
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  4. Embedding climate change in EU development cooperation for food and nutrition security and sustainable agriculture - State of Play 2016

    In the framework of the Marrakech conference on Climate Change , the DG DEVCO, Unit C1, Rural Development, Food Security, Nutrition has produced a brief note on the "State of Play" of EU climate-...
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  5. The economic advantage: assessing the value of climate change actions in agriculture

    Agriculture is a sector especially sensitive to climate change. It also accounts for significant emissions and is, therefore, a priority for both adaptation and mitigation plans and actions at global, national and local levels. The majority of NDCs, which are voluntary national submissions for post...
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