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UNEP Conference Establishes Pan-African Institution on Ecosystem Based Adaptation for Food Security - Climate Change Policy & Practice

6.8.15

UNEP Conference Establishes Pan-African Institution on Ecosystem Based Adaptation for Food Security - Climate Change Policy & Practice: Convened by the UNEP Regional Office for Africa (UNEP/ROA) and its partners, the two-day conference addressed the theme ‘Re-imagining Africa's Food Security through Harnessing Ecosystem Based Adaptation Approaches Now and Into the Future under Climate Change.' Among other topics, delegates discussed how to: build scalable and inclusive business and financing models for EBA-driven agriculture; harness current policies and legislation to enhance African investments in agriculture, soil conservation and EBA; incentivize private sector involvement for increased capital mobilization and competitiveness; enhance the role of youth and women in EBA-driven agriculture; integrate EBA in education systems; introduce innovations to reduce post-harvest losses; and link EBA to strategies addressing climate change and resilience as well as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


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