Climate-smart agriculture in Uruguay | Land Portal

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Janeiro 2016
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The climate-smart agriculture (CSA) concept reflects
an ambition to improve the integration of agriculture
development and climate responsiveness. It aims to achieve
food security and broader development goals under a
changing climate and increasing food demand. CSA initiatives
sustainably increase productivity, enhance resilience, and
reduce/remove greenhouse gases (GHGs), and require
planning to address tradeoffs and synergies between these
three pillars: productivity, adaptation, and mitigation [1].
The priorities of different countries and stakeholders are
reflected to achieve more efficient, effective, and equitable
food systems that address challenges in environmental, social,
and economic dimensions across productive landscapes.
While the concept is new, and still evolving, many of the
practices that make up CSA already exist worldwide and are
used by farmers to cope with various production risks [2].
Mainstreaming CSA requires critical stocktaking of ongoing
and promising practices for the future, and of institutional
and financial enablers for CSA adoption. This country profile
provides a snapshot of a developing baseline created to initiate
discussion, both within countries and globally, about entry
points for investing in CSA at scale.

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World Bank
International Center for Tropical Agriculture

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To reduce hunger and poverty, and improve human nutrition in the tropics through research aimed at increasing the eco-efficiency of agriculture.


CIAT’s staff includes about 200 scientists. Supported by a wide array of donors, the Center collaborates with hundreds of partners to conduct high-quality research and translate the results into development impact. A Board of Trustees provides oversight of CIAT’s research and financial management.


The mission of The World Bank Economic Review is to encourage and support research in the field of development economics. We seek to publish and disseminate innovative theoretical and empirical research that identifies, analyzes, measures, and evaluates the macro and micro-economic forces that promote or impede economic development with a view towards providing the knowledge necessary for designing, implementing, and sustaining effective development policies in low and middle income countries.

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CGIAR is the only worldwide partnership addressing agricultural research for development, whose work contributes to the global effort to tackle poverty, hunger and major nutrition imbalances, and environmental degradation.

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