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New guidebook on Technology for Climate Change

Technologies for Climate Change Adaptation in the Agriculture Sector 

A new guidebook on Technology for Climate Change  Adaptation in the Agriculture sector has been recently published by GEF-UNEP. This guidebook is intended to assist developing country governments, agriculture practitioners, and stakeholders in conducting Technology needs Assessment and prepare technology action plans for adaptation to climate change in the agriculture sector under the Global Environment Facility.

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