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Compendium of climate-resilient technologies and approaches in the Philippines

Source(s):  Climate Change Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)
Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR)

This book provides a comprehensive outlook about the Philippine situation and the climate-resilient agriculture (CRA) options that farmers can adopt. It can serve as a science-based source of reference for a variety of stakeholders, such as researchers, policymakers, agricultural practitioners, and farmer organizations. 

The book presents a portfolio of climate-resilient options that farmers can prioritize on their farms. These options were assessed during a stakeholder consultation at SEARCA in 2019, based on their climate resilience, feasibility, adoption barriers, incentive mechanism, and potential to be disseminated by key institutions and players. The technologies and approaches covered in the book were grouped together based on the agro-ecological system they were most suitable for. The book argues that a business-as-usual mindset will no longer yield desirable outcomes and impacts when implementing CRA options, thus transformative strategies must now be adopted instead.



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  • Compendium of climate-resilient technologies and approaches in the Philippines
  • Publication date 2019
  • Author(s) Labios, R.V.; Sebastian, L.S.; Labios, J.D. et al.
  • Number of pages 252 p.

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