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The book uses an economic lens to identify the main features of climate smart agriculture csa its likely impact and the challenges associated with its implementation drawing upon theory and concepts from agricultural development institutional and resource economics this book expands and formalizes the conceptual foundations of csa climate smart food supply chains in developing countries in an era of rapid dual change in agrifood systems and the climate reardon t and d zilberman 2017 chapter in l lipper n mccarthy d zilberman s asfaw g branca eds climate smart agriculture building resilience to climate change natural resource management and policyin leslie lipper nancy mccarthy david zilberman solomon asfaw and giacomo branca ed climate smart agriculture building resilience to climate change natural resource management and policy vol 52 springer download hbler michael 2016 how to curb poverty related deforestation applied economics letters vol 24 6 p 374 380 fao library for you click on the covers to access the pdf of the publications new resources 1 highlight the fao library renewed its agreement with springera qualitative evaluation of csa options in mixed crop livestock systems in developing countries in lipper l mccarthy n zilberman d asfaw s branca g eds 2018 climate smart agriculture building resilience to climate change natural resource management and policy vol 52 springer cham pp 385 423

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