Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Wrap	  up	  and	  key	  messages	        Agriculture,	  Landscapes	  and	              Livelihoods	  Day	     3	  December...
PLAN	  AHEAD!	  	  “The	  UN	  has	  never	  faced	  such	  a	  comprehensive	       set	  of	  problems.	  	  These	  are...
Qatar	  -­‐	  Drylands	  Theme	  	  	  “One	  third	  of	  the	  world’s	  populaPon	  lives	  in	          drylands.”	  	...
HolisPc	  soluPons	  	            “Need	  a	  cross	  cuRng	  approach.”	  -­‐  Landscape	  approach	  to	  natural	  reso...
More	  than	  talking	   “I’m	  not	  here	  just	  to	  talk.	  It	  is	  about	  being	  good	           stewards	  and	...
          “Take	  it	  to	  the	  farmer”	  	  The	  reality	  is	  at	  the	  farm.	  	  The	  soluPons	  lie	  on-­‐    ...
Scaleable	  SoluPons	  	  -­‐    Land	  tenure	  	  -­‐    Extension	  and	  educaPon	  -­‐    Climate	  smart	  or	  Ecos...
Partnership	  	                   “Public	  -­‐	  Private	  –	  People”	  	  -­‐  Need	  to	  inclusive	  and	  creaPve	  
Invest	  in	  Research	  	  Key	  areas:	  -­‐  Extreme	  weather	  -­‐  Water	  losses	  -­‐  Emerging	  diseases,	  inse...
PrioriPes	  for	  AcPon	  -­‐    Finance,	  including	  smart	  public	  subsidies	  -­‐    IncenPves	  -­‐    Data	  gath...
On-­‐Line	  -­‐  How	  to	  link	  farming	  to	  UNFCCC	  -­‐  Need	  for	  impact	  figures	  	  	  	  	  	  13	  million...
Trade-­‐offs	  	        “There	  are	  not	  as	  many	  trade	  offs	  as	  people	                                       t...
Frameworks	  Important	  	         “I	  strongly	  believe	  we	  need	  a	  internaPonal	                                ...
FrustraPon	  	         “Will	  we	  get	  to	  COP	  100	  with	  no	  food,	  no	                         agriculture,	  ...
Plaborms	  outside	  UNFCCC	  	  -­‐  UN	  Commicee	  on	  World	  Food	  Security	  -­‐  Land	  Tenure	  Guidelines	  -­‐...
Walking	  the	  Talk	                     “I	  want	  agriculture	  in!”	  	  For	  sector:	  combined	  consideraPon	  of...
Tough	  Issues	  	  	  	  	  Experience	  of	  REDD+	  suggests	  talking	  about	              the	  issues	  and	  under...
         Food	  security,	  	   Agriculture,	  Landscapes,	  and	        Livelihoods	  Macer.	  	  
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Wrap Up: Agriculture and Food Security under Climate Change

2,863

Published on

Key messages from Agriculture, Landscapes and Livelihoods Day, 3 December 2012. http://www.agricultureday.org

1 Comment
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
2,863
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
11
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
55
Comments
1
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "Wrap Up: Agriculture and Food Security under Climate Change"

  1. 1. Wrap  up  and  key  messages   Agriculture,  Landscapes  and   Livelihoods  Day   3  December  2012,  Doha,  Qatar  
  2. 2. PLAN  AHEAD!    “The  UN  has  never  faced  such  a  comprehensive   set  of  problems.    These  are  crises  that  can’t  be   solved  quickly.”      
  3. 3. Qatar  -­‐  Drylands  Theme      “One  third  of  the  world’s  populaPon  lives  in   drylands.”    -­‐  Food  security  a  central  issue  
  4. 4. HolisPc  soluPons     “Need  a  cross  cuRng  approach.”  -­‐  Landscape  approach  to  natural  resources  -­‐  Water  -­‐  Social,  Economic  and  Environmental   dimensions    
  5. 5. More  than  talking   “I’m  not  here  just  to  talk.  It  is  about  being  good   stewards  and  transforming  livelihoods.”    -­‐  AcPon  needs  to  arise  from  within  sector  
  6. 6.   “Take  it  to  the  farmer”    The  reality  is  at  the  farm.    The  soluPons  lie  on-­‐ farm  as  well  as  in  the  policy  sphere.      
  7. 7. Scaleable  SoluPons    -­‐  Land  tenure    -­‐  Extension  and  educaPon  -­‐  Climate  smart  or  Ecosystem  agriculture  -­‐  Use  of  exisPng  technologies  and  tech  transfer  -­‐  Post  harvest  losses  and  food  waste  
  8. 8. Partnership     “Public  -­‐  Private  –  People”    -­‐  Need  to  inclusive  and  creaPve  
  9. 9. Invest  in  Research    Key  areas:  -­‐  Extreme  weather  -­‐  Water  losses  -­‐  Emerging  diseases,  insect  pest,  and                    impacts  on  pollinators  -­‐  MUST  INCLUDE  FARMERS  and  VULNERABLE      
  10. 10. PrioriPes  for  AcPon  -­‐  Finance,  including  smart  public  subsidies  -­‐  IncenPves  -­‐  Data  gathering  at  local  level  -­‐  Risk  management  -­‐  EducaPon      
  11. 11. On-­‐Line  -­‐  How  to  link  farming  to  UNFCCC  -­‐  Need  for  impact  figures            13  million  hectares  of  forest  lost  annually            -­‐  most  tweeted    -­‐    Stressed  landscapes  exacerbate  vulnerability        
  12. 12. Trade-­‐offs     “There  are  not  as  many  trade  offs  as  people   think.”    -­‐  It  is  not  miPgaPon  versus  adaptaPon.  -­‐  Achieving  adaptaPon  can  help  address   miPgaPon.      
  13. 13. Frameworks  Important     “I  strongly  believe  we  need  a  internaPonal   protocol.”  
  14. 14. FrustraPon     “Will  we  get  to  COP  100  with  no  food,  no   agriculture,  no  water?”    -­‐sPcking  points  like  trade,  miPgaPon,  adaptaPon      
  15. 15. Plaborms  outside  UNFCCC    -­‐  UN  Commicee  on  World  Food  Security  -­‐  Land  Tenure  Guidelines  -­‐  Sustainability  iniPaPves    
  16. 16. Walking  the  Talk   “I  want  agriculture  in!”    For  sector:  combined  consideraPon  of   agriculture,  forestry  and  land  use,  and  their   impacts  on  society  For  countries:  accountability  domesPcally  and  in   negoPaPons  
  17. 17. Tough  Issues          Experience  of  REDD+  suggests  talking  about   the  issues  and  understanding  the  facts  helps   countries  negoPate.    -­‐  Drop  the  rhetoric  
  18. 18.   Food  security,     Agriculture,  Landscapes,  and   Livelihoods  Macer.    
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×