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Bangladesh - Climate Smart Investment Plan : Investment opportunities in the agriculture sector’s transition to a climate resilient growth path (Inglês)

The Bangladesh Climate Smart Agriculture Investment Plan (CSAIP) highlights the potential of investments into Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) in achieving the Government’s vision of a climate resilient growth path for the agriculture sector by unifying national goals in an integrated analytical framework across agriculture productivity, resilience to climate change and emission reductions. Appendices available upon request.

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  • Data do documento

    2019/06/26

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    AUS0000953

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Mundo,

    Bangladesh,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia, Regiões Mundiais,

  • Data de divulgação

    2019/11/27

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Bangladesh - Climate Smart Investment Plan : Investment opportunities in the agriculture sector’s transition to a climate resilient growth path

  • Palavras-chave

    agriculture sector; sea level rise; impacts of sea level rise; Least Developed Country Fund; Special Climate Change Fund; exposure to sea level rise; effect of climate change; resilience to climate change; food and agricultural; exposure to climate risks; Food and Nutrition Security; knowledge-sharing platform; poverty head count; risk-sharing schemes; response to climate change; state-owned banks; threat of climate change; rate of productivity growth; Below the Poverty Line; livestock manure management; fish production; rising sea levels; rice production; Finance for Development; access to finance; mean temperature increase; water development board; net present value; million people; demand for food; climate smart agriculture; arable land; greenhouse gas emission; land use change; source of food; animal health worker; reduction in poverty; agricultural productivity growth; purchasing power parity; wetland development; seed certification; sustainable development goals; time series data; water use efficiency; global average temperature; vulnerability of agriculture; yield rice variety; production of rice; average annual rainfall; resilience of agriculture; distribution of rainfall; mean monthly temperature; average temperature increase; profitability of production; extreme weather event; mean annual temperature; change in temperature; fuel cost saving; annual mean temperature; low adaptive capacity; early flash flood; major food crop; use of manure; high water stress; intellectual property protection; water quality management; business environment; investment policy; rice crop; extension service; monsoon months; natural disaster; crop yield; urban agricultural policy; saltwater intrusion; storm surge; climate-smart agriculture; salinity intrusion; development partner; rainfall pattern; cold storage; food system; rice yield; Livestock Production; investment opportunities; agriculture policy; high rainfall; tropical cyclone; farmer; farm level; cropping intensity; ghg emissions; crop diversification; rural area; crop production; production increase; commercial finance; coastal region; Investment Flow; inland water; coastal area; agricultural growth; coastal land; poverty alleviation; soil salinity; livestock productivity; climate finance; emission savings; veterinary extension; extreme event; government fund; livelihood development; value chain; production target; Rural Growth; crop area; investment volume; winter season; development target; productivity increase; coastal flood; economic relation; agriculture extension; hilly area; food production; production volume; egg production; salt water; shrimp production; overall emission; dairy development; feed availability; high profitability; alternative crop; hot day; meat production; winter crop; protein substitute; heat wave; dry spell; engineering science; high humidity; seasonal variation; risk assessment; global climate; risk index; rural population; cropland loss; funding source; global assessment; financing option; monsoon climate; farm development; crop system; Disease Control; income opportunity; climate resilience; government strategy; political feasibility; monsoon season; cultured fish; aquaculture technology; aquaculture production; crop damage; production risk; high tide; coping capacity; risk sensitivity; harmful effect; rural farming; farmer cooperative; yield increase; carbon dioxide; quality seed; drought risk; varietal development; market demand; national system; flood damage; climate model; investment cost; rice cultivation; feed quality; Animal Husbandry; freshwater wetland; production network; yield reduction; extreme heat; species composition; increase productivity; increasing investment; global population; seed variety; seed varieties; water salinity; climatic condition; entry barrier; production system; transaction cost; Agricultural Investment; market access; Public-Private Partnership; significant loss; population increase; rapid urbanization; staple food

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