Climate smart agriculture in Cuba

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Climate smart agriculture in Cuba

Because of its small size, limited land area and concentration of infrastructure along the coastline, the Cuban archipelago is vulnerable to the risks of climate change. The past 20 years, Cuba has made important progress in developing policies and communication programmes to adapt to climate change.

However, the projected impacts require increased efforts. To help build climate resilience in the agriculture sector and support farmers on climate-smart practices, Wageningen University & Research organised a training for staff members of the Cuban Meteorological Office to improve their capacity to develop national and local research projects, actions plans, strategies and policies.

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