Building Bridges of Knowledge in LAC: South-South Exchange of Experiences to Strengthen Resilience and Adaption of Food Systems Facing Climate Change.
San José, Costa Rica
Sustainable development goals
ODS 13 - Acción por el clima
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As the largest food exporting region in the world (28% of all global agri-food exports) the Americas are particularly important for global food and nutrition security. Agri-food systems are a fundamental economic activity in the Americas; in some countries over 30% of the population is employed by the sector. Current cross-border sharing of knowledge on building climate resilience in the agriculture sector is insufficient and overcoming geographic silos of knowledge is key for enhancing impact. In the region, there are many experiences that can be shared to accelerate progress. Continuous mechanisms are needed to facilitate this exchange that enables effective knowledge sharing over time to remedy the gap that currently exists. Similarly, this project also works on applying climate resilience as a major strategy to adapt in new ways from food systems and provide an improvement in the agricultural sector. Objetivo General: To use South-South Cooperation to accelerate climate action in LAC's agricultural sector.
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