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Climate Smart Agriculture in the Eastern Caribbean States meeting the challenges of climate change in Grenada through organic agriculture: Grenada Organic Agriculture Movement (GOAM) IICA

By: IICA, St. George’s (Grenada).
Material type: TextTexts.l. s.n. s.fDescription: 8 p.Subject(s): CLIMATIC CHANGE | CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE | CAMBIO CLIMATICO | CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION | ADAPTATION AUX CHANGEMENTS CLIMATIQUES | ADAPTACION AL CAMBIO CLIMATICO | RESILIENCIE TO SHOCKS AND CRISES | RESILIENCIE AUX CATASTROPHES ET CRISES | RESILIENCIA FRENTE A IMPACTOS Y CRISIS | INNOVATION ADOPTION | ADOPTION DE L'INNOVATION | ADOPCION DE INNOVACIONES | PROTECTED CULTIVATION | CULTURE SOUS ABRI | CULTIVO PROTEGIDO | IMPROVEMENT | AMELIORATION DES SOLS | | MEJORA DE SUELOS | COMPOSTS | COMPOST | COMPOST | DIVERSIFICATION | DIVERSIFICATION | DIVERSIFICACION | WATER MANAGEMENT | GESTION DES EAUX | ORDENACION DE AGUAS | TILLAGE | TRAVAIL DU SOL | LABRANZA | GRENADA | GRENADE | GRANADA | CARIBBEAN | CARAIBES | CARIBE | -- RESILIENCIA DE LA AGRICULTURA | -- GranadaOnline resources: eng Summary: Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) is an approach to developing the technical, policy and investment conditions to achieve sustainable agricultural development for food security under climate change. The goal of CSA is to enable the sector to transition towards more climate-resilient production systems and more sustainable livelihoods in the presence of climate change stressors and climate variability.
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Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) is an approach to developing the technical, policy and investment conditions to achieve
sustainable agricultural development for food security under climate change.
The goal of CSA is to enable the sector to transition towards more climate-resilient production systems and more sustainable
livelihoods in the presence of climate change stressors and climate variability.

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