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What is climate-smart agriculture in Africa? 
Uluguru Mountains in Eastern Tanzania
Word cloud of the FAO ‘CSA Sourcebook’
Importance of food security, adaption and 
mitigation depends on location 
Map: Wheeler & von Braun 2013 
Food	security	 
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Kolero, Tanzania 
Agroforestry 
Nutrition security 
Poverty alleviation 
Natural resource 
Improved 
cook-stove 
Conservat...
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Todd Rosenstock- What is climate-smart agriculture in Africa?

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Todd Rosenstock (ICRAF) presenting on the topic: What is climate-smart agriculture in Africa? At the Global Landscapes Forum, Lima, Peru, 6 December 2014.
At 'The Africa Climate-Smart Agriculture Alliance – a unique partnership and systemic approach to food insecurity and climate change in Africa" side event.
Discussion forum hosted by World Vision. See:
http://www.landscapes.org/glf-2014/agenda-item/day-1-dec-6/side-events-sessions-for-and-by-youth-private-sector-and-civil-society-organizations/css-slate-1/africa-climate-smart-agriculture-alliance-unique-partnership-systemic-approach-food-insecurity-climate-change-africa/
and
http://worldagroforestry.org/cop20

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Todd Rosenstock- What is climate-smart agriculture in Africa?

  1. 1. What is climate-smart agriculture in Africa? Uluguru Mountains in Eastern Tanzania
  2. 2. Word cloud of the FAO ‘CSA Sourcebook’
  3. 3. Importance of food security, adaption and mitigation depends on location Map: Wheeler & von Braun 2013 Food security Adapta on Mi ga on The AU-iNGO Alliance defines CSA that supports food security & resilience mitigation is co-benefit when possible
  4. 4. Kolero, Tanzania Agroforestry Nutrition security Poverty alleviation Natural resource Improved cook-stove Conservation agriculture Participatory approach Increased yields Soil quality & carbon Reduced degradation & erosion Dietary diversity Intercropping Market access Increase income

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