Climate-smart agriculture is receiving more attention than ever now that agriculture is on the table at global climate talks (see previous blog post).
But critics from all over the climate change arena question climate-smart agriculture’s ability to be the three-point solution for food security, adaptation and mitigation its proponents claim it can be.
Bruce Campbell (Program Director, CCAFS) will explore some of the controversies surrounding climate-smart agriculture, adaptation and mitigation during the event “Which Way to Climate-Smart Agriculture?” on February 21 from 12:30pm – 1:30pm at IFPRI’s Washington, D.C. office.
To join us remotely simply click this link and join via Go-To-Meeting.
If you have a microphone, please be sure to mute it unless you are speaking.