Climate-Smart Agriculture
Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture/GACSA

Founding Year: 2010

Staff: 5


Hans Hoogeveen & Prof. Lindiwe Sibanda Majele (Co-chairs)

This “inclusive, voluntary and action-oriented multi-stakeholder platform” is a division of the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the UN. It develops technical, policy, and investment conditions for sustainable agricultural development and food security and coordinates across agricultural, energy, and water sectors.  This is all done in order to “improve food security, nutrition and resilience in the face of climate change.”



Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture/GACSA contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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