Development of climate information platform discussed in Tashkent

Date: 2019-06-16.

The representatives of the ministries of agriculture, water resources, forestry committee, hydromet and other agricultural agencies of Uzbekistan discussed the development of climate information platform in Tashkent on 11 June 2019.


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WATCH: an alternative crop for rainfed lands in Uzbekistan

Date: 2019-06-07.

With more than 3 billion people affected, land degradation is one of the world’s biggest environmental problems. In Uzbekistan, where agriculture is an important source of income for rural population, land degradation poses substantial threats for sustainable development, causing declines in crop yields and livestock productivity.

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ICARDA to develop Central Asia Climate Information Platform

Date: 2019-04-10.

Average annual temperatures across Central Asia since the mid 20th century have increased from 0.5°C in the south to 1.6°C in the north, making the region most vulnerable to climate change. Building resilience to climate’s mounting impacts like melting glaciers in uplands and droughts in lowlands has become a dire priority to reduce poverty and enhance prosperity in the region, about 60 percent of which consists of deserts.

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Central Asia climate change conference: search for solutions

Date: 2019-04-03.

ICARDA is seeking solutions to climate change adaptation in Central Asia. With erratic rainfalls and low agricultural productivity, Central Asian countries are highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Disappearing glaciers, the shrinkage of Aral Sea, frequent droughts and severe dust storms are causing a serious threat to food and nutrition security of a 70-million people region, half of which reside in rural areas.

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Meeting with EU Delegation and World Bank Representatives to explore possible collaboration

Date: 2017-05-31.

Scientists and Regional Coordinators of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) Program's Centers (ICARDA, Bioversity, ICBA, IWMI, WorldVeg) and CACAARI operating in Central Asia and the Caucasus (CAC) region met EU Delegation and World Bank Representatives to explore possible research collaboration in Uzbekistan.


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