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Building resilience to climate change root crop and fishery production

by Morrell, Willy John; University of the South Pacific; South Pacific Regional Environment Programme; Secretariat of the Pacific Community; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Conservation International.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Rome FAO 2010Description: iv, 130 p. col. ill., tables, photographs 30 cm.Subject(s): Climatic changes -- Oceania | Crops and climate -- Oceania | Food -- Nutritional aspects -- Oceania | Food crops -- Oceania | Livestock -- Oceania | Fisheries -- Climatic factors -- Oceania | Climatic changes -- Environmental aspects -- Oceania | Food security -- OceaniaOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: This food security toolkit was designed specifically for the Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs), aims to improve Pacific Islanders' ability to produce and access safe and nutritious foods that meet their dietary and cultural needs. Targeting food security in the Pacific region is a critical action in the face of climate change which will continue to place added pressure on existing food and water resources. The ultimate aim of the toolkit is to help ensure that Pacific Island communities continue to produce and have access to a wide range of nutritious food for the dinner plate and market place
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On cover "Pacific food security toolkit"

Funding for this initiative provided by The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)

This food security toolkit was designed specifically for the Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs), aims to improve Pacific Islanders' ability to produce and access safe and nutritious foods that meet their dietary and cultural needs. Targeting food security in the Pacific region is a critical action in the face of climate change which will continue to place added pressure on existing food and water resources. The ultimate aim of the toolkit is to help ensure that Pacific Island communities continue to produce and have access to a wide range of nutritious food for the dinner plate and market place