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Climate-smartness seen through farmers’ eyes

Farmers and indigenous groups discuss adjustments to the CSA Prioritization Framework (CSA-PF) methodology, for improved use by local community actors. Read more...

Making smart decisions for a food-secure future

The CSA-PFaims to guide stakeholders in optimizing national and sub-national agricultural planning Read more...

Call for abstracts/papers – The Fifth “Workshop on the Ostrom Workshop” (WOW5), Indiana University, 18-21 June 2014

A team of researchers in DAPA will be organizing a Working Group on multi-level governance of natural resources during the Fifth “Workshop on the Ostr Read more...

Can countries bankroll climate adaptation without undermining development?

Agriculture is hard hit by climate change. Are countries doing what it takes to plan adaptation in this important sector? Read more...

Are you ready for COP 19? We are!

CIAT/CCAFS will be present at the 19th UN Climate Summit (COP 19) (11 - 22 of November, Warsaw) and the Global Landscapes Forum (16-17 of November, Wa Read more...

El rol de los centros de pensamiento ante la acción del cambio climático

¿Cuáles son los desafíos y las oportunidades de desarrollo de Colombia ante el cambio climático? ¿Cómo pueden los centros de pensamiento facilitar la Read more...

The thin line between climate change and security: new room for optimism? Some evidence from the Amazon region

Representing DAPA at the conference "Climate Change and Security at the Crossroads. Pathways to Conflict or Cooperation?" held in Kristiansand (Norway Read more...

Tortillas on the Roaster: new study to support maize/bean farmers in Central America to adapt to climate change

In Central America more than one million smallholder families depend on the cultivation of maize and/or beans for their subsistence. To soothe the thr Read more...

Collective action through benefit-sharing mechanisms: a way out of rural poverty, inequality and environmental degradation?

In the Coella and Combeima watersheds (Tolima, Colombia) the narrative of managing the commons is taking a participatory shape. The benefit-sharing me Read more...

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