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Multiple stressors in small-scale agriculture

Year: 2008 Author: IAASTD/Ketill Berger, UNEP/GRID-Arendal
There is a need to develop agricultural policies that both reduce emissions and allow adaptation to climate change that are closer to carbon-neutral, minimize trace gas emissions and reduce natural capital degradation. Important questions include how emissions from agriculture and forestry can be effectively reduced, how to produce food with greater input efficiency, and less GHG emissions, how can agriculture, agroforestry and forestry best adapt under given local conditions, and what role can biofuels play – and, finally, what are the implications of these challenges on requirements for AKST.
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