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Climate change | Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Overview Topics Assessments Policies Meetings Resources Animals Aquatic Forest Plants Biodiversity Micro-organisms and invertebrates Access and benefit-sharing Biotechnology Climate change Targets and indicators Digital sequence information Climate change Climate change affects ecosystem services and food production systems in many ways. (...) Safeguarding them and using them sustainably are key to maintaining our ability to achieve food security in a changing climate. In 2009, the Commission at its Twelfth Regular Session,  recognized the need to address climate change in its  Multi-Year Programme of Work ., It requested FAO to conduct a scoping study on climate change and GRFA. (...) In 2015, the Commission endorsed the Voluntary Guidelines to Support the Integration of Genetic Diversity into National Climate Change Adaptation Planning , the objectives of which are: to promote the use of genetic resources for food and agriculture in climate change adaptation and support their integration into national climate change adaptation planning; to support genetic resources experts and those involved in climate change adaptation to identify and address the challenges and opportunities of GRFA in adaptation; and to promote the involvement of genetic resources stakeholders in the national climate change adaptation planning process.
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Score: 273339.3 - https://www.fao.org/cgrfa/topics/climate-change/en/
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To answer two guiding questions on what transformational change means and what drives it, 111 scientific articles on transformational change in health and business, land use, natural resources and climate change were analyzed. The review found that while health, education and business literature clearly document the concept of transformational change, literature on transformational change in the land-use and climate change sectors remains sparse. (...) To meet NDCs, SDGs and limit warming to less than 1.5°C, broad, systematic, transformational changes are needed, and the global community must continue to work together to make such change possible.
Language:English
Score: 273328.78 - https://www.fao.org/redd/news/detail/fr/c/1453285/
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To answer two guiding questions on what transformational change means and what drives it, 111 scientific articles on transformational change in health and business, land use, natural resources and climate change were analyzed. The review found that while health, education and business literature clearly document the concept of transformational change, literature on transformational change in the land-use and climate change sectors remains sparse. (...) To meet NDCs, SDGs and limit warming to less than 1.5°C, broad, systematic, transformational changes are needed, and the global community must continue to work together to make such change possible.
Language:English
Score: 273328.78 - https://www.fao.org/redd/news/detail/es/c/1453285/
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To answer two guiding questions on what transformational change means and what drives it, 111 scientific articles on transformational change in health and business, land use, natural resources and climate change were analyzed. The review found that while health, education and business literature clearly document the concept of transformational change, literature on transformational change in the land-use and climate change sectors remains sparse. (...) To meet NDCs, SDGs and limit warming to less than 1.5°C, broad, systematic, transformational changes are needed, and the global community must continue to work together to make such change possible.
Language:English
Score: 273328.78 - https://www.fao.org/redd/news/detail/zh/c/1453285/
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To answer two guiding questions on what transformational change means and what drives it, 111 scientific articles on transformational change in health and business, land use, natural resources and climate change were analyzed. The review found that while health, education and business literature clearly document the concept of transformational change, literature on transformational change in the land-use and climate change sectors remains sparse. (...) To meet NDCs, SDGs and limit warming to less than 1.5°C, broad, systematic, transformational changes are needed, and the global community must continue to work together to make such change possible.
Language:English
Score: 273328.78 - https://www.fao.org/redd/news/detail/ru/c/1453285/
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To answer two guiding questions on what transformational change means and what drives it, 111 scientific articles on transformational change in health and business, land use, natural resources and climate change were analyzed. The review found that while health, education and business literature clearly document the concept of transformational change, literature on transformational change in the land-use and climate change sectors remains sparse. (...) To meet NDCs, SDGs and limit warming to less than 1.5°C, broad, systematic, transformational changes are needed, and the global community must continue to work together to make such change possible.
Language:English
Score: 273328.78 - https://www.fao.org/redd/news/detail/ar/c/1453285/
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Through a peer consultancy approach, participants apply the framework to their own, ongoing change processes.  The programme draws on recent UN experience with organizational, culture and technical changes.  (...) The programme is grounded in a theoretical framework on change management, it furthermore offers practical facilitation and strategy tools which participants will apply to actual change cases. Course Contents Course Contents:  The course content covers the following: Introduction to a conceptual frame work for change Role of the change Manager Governance system of a change process Analysis approaches and tools Design steps and tools Communication strategies and experiences Implementation steps Managing the human impact of change 30% peer consultancy work on analysing, designing and planning for an actual change process UN case studies of past and ongoing change processes Target Audience Target Audience:  Team Leaders, Change Managers, Programme/Project Mangers, Senior Administration Staff, Coordinators at P4 and P5 level who are responsible for or significantly contributing to change processes in their organization.
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Score: 273324.58 - https://www.unssc.org/node/135072/
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Through a peer consultancy approach, participants apply the framework to their own, ongoing change processes.  The programme draws on recent UN experience with organizational, culture and technical changes.  (...) The programme is grounded in a theoretical framework on change management, it furthermore offers practical facilitation and strategy tools which participants will apply to actual change cases. Course Contents Course Contents:  The course content covers the following: Introduction to a conceptual frame work for change Role of the change Manager Governance system of a change process Analysis approaches and tools Design steps and tools Communication strategies and experiences Implementation steps Managing the human impact of change 30% peer consultancy work on analysing, designing and planning for an actual change process UN case studies of past and ongoing change processes Target Audience Target Audience:  Team Leaders, Change Managers, Programme/Project Mangers, Senior Administration Staff, Coordinators at P4 and P5 level who are responsible for or significantly contributing to change processes in their organization.
Language:English
Score: 273324.58 - https://www.unssc.org/courses/...anaging-organizational-change/
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UNESCO aims to help Member States to mitigate and adapt to climate change, to educate for sustainable development in the context of climate change, to assess the risks of natural disasters due to climate change, and to monitor the effects of climate change on UNESCO designated sites (e.g. (...) Climate change is increasingly recognized as the driver of biodiversity change with the most rapid increase in impacts and related cascading effects on human livelihoods. Loss and degradation of biodiversity, such as forests, is also an important driver of climate change. Through the ecosystem services it supports, biodiversity makes an important contribution to both climate change mitigation and adaptation, providing the basis for efforts to reduce the negative effects of climate change.
Language:English
Score: 273312.18 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/addressing-climate-change/
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UNESCO aims to help Member States to mitigate and adapt to climate change, to educate for sustainable development in the context of climate change, to assess the risks of natural disasters due to climate change, and to monitor the effects of climate change on UNESCO designated sites (e.g. (...) Climate change is increasingly recognized as the driver of biodiversity change with the most rapid increase in impacts and related cascading effects on human livelihoods. Loss and degradation of biodiversity, such as forests, is also an important driver of climate change. Through the ecosystem services it supports, biodiversity makes an important contribution to both climate change mitigation and adaptation, providing the basis for efforts to reduce the negative effects of climate change.
Language:English
Score: 273312.18 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/addressing-climate-change
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