On Our Plate: Smallholder farmers boosted by climate-smart agriculture

Posted by on May 23rd, 2016 | 0 Comments »

In today’s edition of On Our Plate: Adopting new, smarter agricultural practices could hold the key for developing resilience in the face of climate changes. Not only does this help farmers mitigate their losses, it also buffers humanity’s impact on the environment.

Better water quality? Here’s what 5 states are doing
Des Moines Register, May 21, 2016

Uganda: Can Climate-Smart Agriculture Improve Our Smallholder Farming?
All Africa, May 18, 2016

Innovations by small farmers in Latin America contribute to climate change adaptation
Inter-American Intitute for Cooperation on Agriculture, May 11, 2016

Climate-Smart Agriculture Program Helps Guatemalan Farmers Withstand Drought
Bussines Wire, May 5, 2016

Water-smart investment benefits ripple beyond food security
Water for Food, April 23, 2016

 

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