CompensACTION policy brief in support of the G7 Presidency
There is significant potential for payments for ecosystem services (PES) schemes to improve the livelihoods of smallholder farmers, protect the environment and respond to climate change – but more needs to be done to support their implementation worldwide, according to a new Clim-Eat-led policy brief.
farming and rural livelihoods to new trajectories
livelihoods, farms and value chains
emissions through diets and value chains
policies, finance and support to social movements and innovation
Clim-Eat seeks to accelerate a just transition to resilient and low-emission food systems in low and middle income countries by closing policy gaps and unlocking action. We work based on the “three thirds” principle for successful science-policy engagement. This means combining strategic engagement with timely and credible evidence generation, and effective outreach efforts to spark the transformative action needed in our food systems.
Timely communications & capacity building
Scientific credible, flexible and user-friendly evidence
Targeted, demand driven, and participatory engagement
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