Monthly Archives: October 2010

Can Ghana’s Agricultural Sector help in Slowing down Global Warming?

In light of the recent post on Agricultural Mitigation, the IFAD-IFPRI Partnership blog is hosting a virtual dialogue on the following two topic questions.   What are the key obstacles in Ghana for agricultural climate change mitigation? What should the … Continue reading

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Can Morocco’s Agricultural Sector help in Slowing down Global Warming?

In light of the recent post on Agricultural Mitigation, the IFAD-IFPRI Partnership blog is hosting a virtual dialogue on the following two topic questions.   What are the key obstacles in Morocco for agricultural climate change mitigation? What should the … Continue reading

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Can Mozambique’s Agricultural Sector help in Slowing down Global Warming?

In light of the recent post on Agricultural Mitigation, the IFAD-IFPRI Partnership blog is hosting a virtual dialogue on the following two topic questions.   What are the key obstacles in Mozambique for agricultural climate change mitigation? What should the … Continue reading

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Can Vietnam’s Agricultural Sector help in Slowing down Global Warming?

In light of the recent post on Agricultural Mitigation, the IFAD-IFPRI Partnership blog is hosting a virtual dialogue on the following two topic questions.   What are the key obstacles in Vietnam for agricultural climate change mitigation? What should the … Continue reading

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Agricultural Mitigation

Agriculture must become carbon negative if we are to slow global warming.  Afforestation and reforestation projects are eligible for carbon reduction emission credits under the rules governing the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol, but farmers do not … Continue reading

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