Gender divisions and climate variability are hindering a climate-smart East Africa
Climate-smart agriculture (CSA) has been promoted as an option with many benefits. It is expected to increase agricultural productivity and income in a sustainable way, but also to make farming systems more reslient to climate change, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The question then is: How can CSA become mainstream practice in the bio-physically and socio-economically diverse environments that characterize East Africa’s smallholder farming systems.
Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)