CLIMATE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER: REGIONAL MECHANISMS AND NETWORKS
An initiative to promote the development and transfer of environmentally sound technologies that contribute to reducing vulnerability to climate change in the agricultural sector of Latin America and the Caribbean.
REGIONAL PLATFORM FOR THE SUSTAINABLE INTENSIFICATION OF LIVESTOCK
Twenty-five countries in Latin America and the Caribbean join forces to promote the increase of livestock productivity and the reduction of greenhouse gases.
LESS VULNERABLE AND MORE ADAPTED TO CLIMATE CHANGE RICE CROPPING
Rice cultivation in LAC requires technological innovations, especially in family farming, in order to increase productivity, improve resource utilization and reduce the impact of climate change.
STRATEGIES FOR CONTROL OF COFFEE BERRY BOER IN ROBUSTA COFFEE
Climatic variation drives coffee production to greater altitudes. An alternative is Robusta, adaptable to low areas but susceptible to coffee berry borer.
LIVESTOCK GREENHOUSE GASES DEFUCTION IN THE ANDEAN REGION
Improvements in dual-purpose dairy herds feeding, animal genetic, irrigation, and pasture management led to lesser greenhouse gases emissions in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru
INTEGRATED STRATEGIES FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION IN LIVESTOCK FAMILY FARMING
Integrated strategies for Climate Change adaptation in livestock production systems based on grassland management and with lower GHG’s emissions.
COMPETITIVE LIVESTOCK SYSTEMS IN THE CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Strategies to improve feed digestibility and decrease enteric fermentation resulted in lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Central America
SUPERIOR CACAO QUALITY BASED ON COMMUNITY PROCESSING
Training, participatory risk analysis, the development of good practices and the design of solar dryers using photovoltaic panels predicts a rebirth for the cultivation of cocoa in the binational basin of the Sixaola River.
BIOINTENSIVE PROJECT: FOOD ALTERNATIVE IN THE CENTRAL AMERICAN DRY CORRIDOR
A set of agroecological practices, technologies and principles for the production of healthy and diversified food in small spaces, which have helped achieve the food security of rural families in the Central American Dry Corridor.
Water management in banana growing areas in Nicaragua and Dominican R.
Structured dialogue between stakeholders to improve knowledge, reconcile conflicting demands, improve the efficiency of water use in agriculture and reduce the vulnerability caused by climate variability.
HELPING SHAPE HAITI’S AGRICULTURAL AND AGROFORESTRY TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION PROGRAM (PITAG)
CASHING IN ON THE GLOBAL TROPICAL FRUIT BOOM
Increasing competitiveness and adding value to Andean fruits production in Colombia
HELPING BEES HELP US
Apiculture as a driver of development and environmental sustainability in Latin America and the Caribbean
IMPACTFUL INNOVATIONS 2015
Lessons from family agriculture on adaptation to climate change in Latin America and the Caribbean