This analytical document focuses on developing countries, as targeted interventions in the agriculture sectors have the potential to deliver adaptation and mitigation benefits, as well as economic, environmental and social cobenefits – often simultaneously. As the international community shifts its attention to the implementation of the Paris Agreement, all climate action will be guided by countries’ NDCs and relevant national policy frameworks. Countries will take the lead in taking transformative climate action in the agriculture sectors, but the international community must support developing countries in doing so.
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Topics: Agriculture and Food, Economic and Development Planning, Adaptation
Type of material: Analytical-Technical Document
Publication date: 2017