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ICARDA project highlighted in UNFCCC TEC brief

06/07/17

Barley harvesting in Jordan's Badia. Photo credit: Sanobar Khudaybergenova, ICARDA.

IFAD-funded ICARDA project on “Barley-livestock systems for better climate change resilience in Jordan is Iraq is featured in the UNFCCC Technology Executive Committee’s new bried titled “South-south and triangular cooperation on technologies for adaptation in the water and agriculture sectors.”

The brief explores how countries can harness south-south and triangular cooperation for accelerating the exchange of adaptation technologies, knowledge and practices in the water and agriculture sectors. It also highlights challenges, best practices, lessons learned, and the roles of stakeholders in replicating and transferring such technologies.

Created in 2010, the Technology Executive Committee (TEC) is the policy arm of the Technology Mechanism. It focuses on identifying policies that can accelerate the development and transfer of low-emission and climate resilient technologies.

Read the brief online here.

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