Concern and Climate Smart Agriculture

Concern and Climate Smart Agriculture

30 October 2014
For Concern, it is not just about promoting improvements in crop yields (or even reducing the seasonal variability of these) – we also want to see a stronger link between Climate Smart Agriculture and nutritional outcomes.
Concern's approach to Climate Smart Agriculture is informed by our understanding of extreme poverty – recognising that extremely poor people often have few assets, gain poor returns on those assets, experience wide-ranging structural inequalities and are exposed to risks and vulnerabilities in many shapes and forms

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Concern and Climate Smart Agriculture

This briefing paper looking at Concern's work in the area of Climate Smart Agriculture.