Special Issue "Economics of Climate Smart Agriculture"
A special issue of Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2018) | Viewed by 15235
Interests: agricultural economics; productivity and efficiency; technological progress in agriculture; sustainable agriculture; sustainable livelihoods; poverty and nutrition; international development
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Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) is an approach aimed at transforming and reorienting existing agricultural systems to support food security and development in a sustainable manner under a changing climate. CSA refers to agriculture that sustainably increases productivity, enhances adaptation and resilience, reduces GHGs or mitigate where possible, and enhances achievement of national food security and development. CSA helps to address a number of important challenges in developing countries, e.g., food security, malnutrition, poverty and interdependent relationship between climate change and agriculture. Nevertheless, widespread and upscaling of CSA will be possible if the approach is economically and socially viable
This Special Issue aimed at soliciting original contributions from academics, researchers, practitioners, NGOs and other stakeholders providing theoretical insights and/or empirical analysis focusing on economic and social viability of CSA that can provide valuable lessons for the future. The editor encourages submissions applying cross-disciplinary approaches and use of a variety of quantitative, qualitative and mixed methodologies in social sciences. The scope of submission includes original research and review articles that address the issues raised above.
Dr. Sanzidur Rahman
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- Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA)
- CSA technologies
- Adoption of CSA technologies
- Economics of CSA
- Sustainability of CSA
- CSA and food security
- CSA and poverty/inequality
- Gender roles in CSA
- CSA and the rural economy