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Improving the quantification of agricultural emissions in low income countries

On 4 December 2013, the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) together with partner Foulum Research Centre in Denmark held a live-streamed presentation on ways to improve agriculture greenhouse gas quantification measures and methods for a smallholder farming landscape.
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Will sustainable intensification help us avoid exceeding 2 °C?

This presentation examines whether sustainable intensification can help to meet hard climate goals, future food needs, while achieving climate policy targets in agriculture such as 2 °C.
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Directory of finance sources for climate change mitigation in agriculture

This directory includes information on potential sources of funding for projects that seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture in low-income countries.
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Agriculture’s contributions to national emissions

This info note offers an overview of the distribution of agricultural emissions among countries and the relative contribution of agriculture to national emissions. It is based on three data sources: FAOSTAT (from the Food and Agricultural Organization) database of greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture, United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) global emission estimates for 2010 and national reports to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
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How countries plan to address agricultural adaptation and mitigation: An analysis of INDCs

This publication details how countries plan to address agricultural adaptation and mitigation, and provides an analysis of intended nationally determined contributions.
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