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Managing Climate Risks and Adapting to Climate Change in the Agriculture Sector in Nepal

By: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)(Author)
159 pages, colour illustrations, tables
Managing Climate Risks and Adapting to Climate Change in the Agriculture Sector in Nepal
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Managing Climate Risks and Adapting to Climate Change in the Agriculture Sector in Nepal provides detailed information about climate and its variability in Nepal, including past trends, future climate change projections and likely impacts on the agriculture sector. It elaborates the institutional context for managing climate risks and adaptation and reiterates the need to strengthen the collection and analysis of data and information. A comprehensive typology of coping and adaptation strategies for managing current climate risks and building the necessary knowledge and good practices for advancing adaptation over the longer term is presented. Managing Climate Risks and Adapting to Climate Change in the Agriculture Sector in Nepal also examines the issues and opportunities for mainstreaming climate change concerns into broader agriculture and food security policies, plans and strategies.

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By: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)(Author)
159 pages, colour illustrations, tables
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