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A Tool for Prioritizing Climate-Smart Agriculture Investments

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Climate-smart agriculture is on the agenda of many development practitioners in the agriculture/food security community, but it is often misunderstood. Investing in climate-smart agriculture isn't a one-size-fits-all approach, and closely-held (but poorly-examined) assumptions often set the tone for a multitude of bad practices.

Join Agrilinks on June 16 for a discussion about how practitioners should approach climate-smart agriculture investments, including ways to incorporate productivity, mitigation and adaptation at multiple scales.

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