CIFOR-ICRAF AT COP 26

CIFOR-ICRAF AT COP 26

2 - 11 November, Glasgow and online
SESSION
IFAD Pavilion

Scaling up community-driven innovations for inclusive climate change adaptation

The impacts of climate change on agriculture depend on local contexts and farmers’ conditions. Investing in communities’ own capacities to experiment with innovations and share knowledge can help the sector to address this complexity and respond to shocks. Parallel investments in grassroot capacities, partnership, knowledge networks, and digital innovations can also help to mitigate these impacts at scale.

Event website

Speaker

Leigh Winowiecki

Soil Systems Scientist, Leader, Land Health Decisions, World Agroforestry (CIFOR-ICRAF)