Research AreasClimate Change, Crops
TimelineStart Date: 23 May 2011 | End Date: 22 May 2014
The project aims to prepare agricultural production systems in Nicaragua and Honduras for progressive climate change. Specifically it seeks to:
- Predict suitability changes in the most important high-value and staple crops (50 species) considering different scenarios of progressive climate change
- Evaluate the socio-economic impact of climate change on farmers’ livelihoods and the level of vulnerability of production systems
- Develop climate change adaptation strategies for the most important production systems and mitigation measures to offset or minimize the adverse effects of climate change to ensure food security.
TagsClimate change, food security, Impact, LAC
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