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Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture Global Webinar: FAO perspective by Martial Bernoux

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The Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture webinar aims to support UNFCCC focal points, agriculture negotiators and other relevant agriculture sector stakeholders to prepare for effective engagement in upcoming Subsidiary Body meetings on advancing the Koronivia joint work on agriculture. This slideshow presented the FAO perspective by Martial Bernoux.

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Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture Global Webinar: FAO perspective by Martial Bernoux

  1. 1. Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture FAO Perspective Martial Bernoux Natural Resources Officer Climate and Environment Division FAO – CCAFS Global Online Webinar 21 February 2018
  2. 2. FAO Work on Agriculture and Food Security  Agriculture is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and needs to adapt while also representing an important share of greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, agriculture and climate change must be tackled together through a profound transformation for resilient food and agricultural systems.  The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the UN Decade of Action on Nutrition 2016–2025 call on all countries and stakeholders to act together to end hunger and prevent all forms of malnutrition by 2030. a holistic approach for all agricultural sectors, and their correlation with food security and other human needs, would improve the effectiveness of actions undertaken to manage climate change by addressing intrinsically linked challenges as one
  3. 3. 2017…a year to remember Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture
  4. 4. a. Implementation of five in-session workshops on issues related to agriculture  Importance of knowledge provision and sharing.  Land-CC Hub – a knowledge platform for climate action in agricultural sectors.  Thematic Working Group (TWG) on Agriculture, Food Security and Land Use, established under the NDC Partnership.
  5. 5. c. Soil carbon, soil health, soil fertility under grassland and cropland as well as integrated systems, including water management  The mandate of the GSP is to improve governance of the limited soil resources of the planet in order to guarantee healthy and productive soils for a food secure world, as well as support other essential ecosystem services, in accordance with the sovereign right of each State over its natural resources.
  6. 6. b. Methods and approaches for assessing adaptation, adaptation co-benefits and resilience  Importance of linking to other monitoring, reporting processes and requirements as part of SDGs / UNFCCC / Sendai Framework DRR
  7. 7. d. Improved nutrient use and manure management towards sustainable and resilient agricultural systems  Work on the Impacts, trade off and synergies  Guidance and support including on Management of Fertilizers (COCOFE)  Working with other partners and initiative (e.g. Global partnership on nutrient management) Online consultation for developing the Code of Conduct for the Management of Fertilizers (COCOFE) http://www.fao.org/fsnforum/activities/discussions/CoCoFe
  8. 8.  Importance of link, for example on manure management / livestock  Livestock actions and methane (CH4) lifetime  Productivity improvements that reduce emission intensities  Working with other partners and initiative (e.g. Global partnership on nutrient management)  Pests and disease e. Improved livestock management systems Global Livestock Environmental Assessment Model d. Improved nutrient use and manure management towards sustainable and resilient agricultural systems
  9. 9. f. Socio-economic and food security dimensions of climate change in agricultural sector  Inherent to FAO mandate  Coordination with other agencies and the CFS  Need to link Economics & Policy innovations
  10. 10. The way Forward  FAO will continue to support countries and UNFCCC processes  FAO will continue to work with countries to facilitate access to Climate Finance, including through GEF, GCF and other funding sources. Recognition of the specificity of Agriculture  Agriculture is different than the other sectors (emissions intensities).  Landscape approach / holistic dimension
  11. 11. Thank you! Resources  FAO Climate Change Portal  FAO’s work on Climate Change, 2017  FAO Climate Change Submissions  FAO and Climate Finance  Contact: climate-change@fao.org

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