How digital climate information services, circular economy or landscape approaches can contribute to climate change adaptation
Agri-food systems are increasingly affected by climate change. For example, droughts, floods, or the loss of fertile soils have devastating consequences on agricultural production. At the same time, agri-food systems are a significant contributor to climate change, accounting for over 40% of global emissions. The urgent need for a sustainable transformation is clear. Together with its local partners, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development applies tailored strategies to strengthen climate resilience and secure sustainable low-emission agri-food systems in various parts of the world.
The film shows how adaptation lives: Three project examples from Madagascar, India and Ethiopia illustrate how digital climate information services, circular economy or landscape approaches can contribute to climate change adaptation.