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Agriculture gets more focus in climate discussion

According to CGIAR and CCAFS adaptation of agriculture included in 102 INDC's

Of the 160 countries that have been contacted in preparation for the climate conference in Paris climate plan in 2015, less than 102 have indicated a desire to focus on the adaptation of agriculture. Thus the intended efforts of the  "Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC's). The next few years should show how countries will contribute. The translation into operational objectives at territorial and company level will pose a major challenge.


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