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Climate Change Cop22

New study reveals the potential of conservation agriculture across Tunisia’s degraded lands.
Innovations from agricultural research have solutions that add value to country investment plans tto  combat climate change and meeting Sustainable Development Goals.  ICARDA offers a range of tested...
The genetic makeup of native plants and animals in drylands countries is well adapted to resist the harsh conditions that climate change brings – hotter, drier, less predictable and more extreme...
High-yielding, heat-tolerant and disease-resistant cereals and legumes are helping to fight climate change in Africa.
Science and policy experts review the tasks ahead for adaptation of smallholders to climate change in MENA at COP22.
Climate change poses a significant threat to dryland agriculture – and millions of farmers are already challenged by rising temperatures, water scarcity, and the emergence of new pests and diseases.
Farmers in dryland countries are already hard-hit by climate change – with many forced to contend with increasingly erratic rainfall, more frequent drought, extreme temperatures, shifting climatic...
Drip irrigation is helping farmers to conserve water resources while stabilizing wheat production across the Arab region.
An ICARDA assessment in Central Asia provides the information that policy makers need to strengthen the resilience of the region’s agricultural sector.
Can a new high-yielding, pest-resistant variety of malt barley revolutionize Ethiopia’s under-performing barley sector?
An improved surface irrigation technique offers farmers a more sustainable and efficient alternative to conventional irrigation systems
In the highlands of Ethiopia ICARDA efforts to reverse land degradation and strengthen community adaptation to climate change promise multiple benefits for rural communities. Lessons learned here...

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