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Conservation agriculture for climate change mitigation

Conservation agriculture is as an approach to farming that seeks to increase food security, alleviate poverty, conserve biodiversity and safeguard ecosystem services. Conservation agriculture practices can contribute to making agricultural systems more resilient to climate change. In many cases, conservation agriculture has been proven to reduce the farming systems’ greenhouse gas emissions and enhance its role as carbon sinks. Read more at the webpage of the course.

Topic:

Biodiversity; Education; Climate Change; the use of know-now and traditional knowledge in capacity building

Organization:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Price:

free

Dates:

Open anytime

Certificate Granted

No

Language:

English

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Link:

Go to the webpage of the course

Content ID:

265


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