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  754 participants from 75 countries

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Professor Sir Gordon Conway's presentation at CSA2015

"We are all in the same boat: food production and food security under threat by climate change"
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Climate-Smart Agriculture

 

Climate-smart agriculture is a way to achieve short-and-long-term agricultural development priorities in the face of climate change and serves as a bridge to other development priorities. It seeks to support countries and other actors in securing the necessary policy, technical and financial conditions to enable them to:

 - Sustainably increase agricultural productivity and incomes in order to meet national food security and development goals
- Build resilience and the capacity of agricultural and food systems to adapt to climate change;
- Seek opportunities to mitigate emissions of greenhouse gases and increase carbon sequestration.

 
These three conditions (food security, adaptation and mitigation) are referred to as the “triple win” of climate-smart agriculture.
See: fao.org/climate-smart-agriculture

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    CSA 2015 Press Releases here

    Stéphane Le Foll, French Minister of Agriculture,
    Agrifood and forestry speaks at CSA 2015

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