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Latin American countries are highly vulnerable to climate change due to their socioeconomic, geographic and institutional characteristics. Particularly, the agricultural sector presents high sensibility to climate variations; and also the region faces important potential losses in biodiversity and human lives due to extreme climate events. Most of the impacts of climate variability have been in Mesoamerica and some along the Andes. These economies present a wide agricultural sector and crop variety.

Local Technical Agroclimatic Working Group in Montería, Colombia

Local Technical...

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Senegal Colombia South-South Exchange, May2014

Senegal Colombia...

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Beans in Honduras

Beans in Honduras

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