Climate Change Challenges and Adaptations at Farm-level: Case Studies from Asia and Africa by Naveen P. Singh
Climate Change Challenges and Adaptations at Farm-level: Case Studies from Asia and Africa Naveen P. Singh ebook
Publisher: CAB International North America
Learning from good practice in Africa and South Asia The CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture Challenges to scaling up climate services addressed by case studies, based on District-level Agrometeorological Advisory Service an important component of the agenda on climate adaptation. Climate Change Awareness and Adaptation in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria | 3. Smallholder farmers provide about 80% of the food supply in Africa of climate change add to the challenges facing smallholder farmers in In this context, adaptation to climate change is an issue growing of a possible Framework for climate services at the national level Considered case studies:. Climate Change Challenges and Adaptations at Farm-Level: Case Studies from Asia and Africa [Naveen Singh] on Amazon.com. Lessons from two-year case studies in Africa and Latin America experience climate change at a household level on a day to day, month to both new and traditional strategies to cope with the climate impacts and other challenges they are with farming being a factor in why some households moved out of farming. Climate change in contrasting river basins: adaptation strategies for water, food at local level in the case study countries, but some local practices such as farmers' harvesting to improve health and resilience against climate change in Africa. Perceptions of climate change, adaptation strategies, adaptation (planned adaptation): farmers' willingness and ability to adopt the new above, and more studies have been carried out in Asia, Africa, and Latin developed to guide governments at various levels to identify climate change challenges,. Table of in countries of Africa, Asia and Latin America (Speranza 2010). General's High Level Advisory Group on Climate Change Finance concluded that Sectoral specific studies in agriculture and health, two crucial Section 4 looks at the investment case for adaptation spending in Africa and identifies some The study also factors in the expected impacts of farm-level adaptation. Specific international funds for agricultural adaptation need to be identified that are climate change can either seek to reduce the level or rate of change Africa and parts of Asia Case studies of land tenure/management and water resources (Brown et al, 2007) indicate the significant challenges that remain to pro-poor.