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Sinergias entre adaptación y mitigación del cambio climático (SAM) en los sectores agrícola y forestal: Concepto y propuesta de acción

@inproceedings{Vallejo2016SinergiasEA,
  title={Sinergias entre adaptaci{\'o}n y mitigaci{\'o}n del cambio clim{\'a}tico (SAM) en los sectores agr{\'i}cola y forestal: Concepto y propuesta de acci{\'o}n},
  author={Claudia Vallejo and Mario Pe{\~n}a Chac{\'o}n and Miguel Cifuentes},
  year={2016}
}
Presentacion [Bruno Locatelli, CIRAD-CIFOR]: El desarrollo de nuevos enfoques cientificos y politicos que permitan integrar la adaptacion y la mitigacion del cambio climatico es una oportunidad para apoyar el logro de los objetivos de desarrollo de los paises. En el marco del Programa Regional de Cambio Climatico de la Agencia de los Estados Unidos para el Desarrollo Internacional (PRCC/USAID), el liderazgo del CATIE ha sido fundamental para que la integracion de la adaptacion y la mitigacion… 
Sinergias mitigación - adaptación al cambio climático en sistemas de producción de café (Coffea arabica), de Tolima, Colombia
TLDR
Los sistemas de producción agrícola, manejados de forma amigable con el medio ambiente y en asocio with árboles nativos, son una buena estrategia para implementar programas de mitigación y adaptación al cambio climático.

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