Climate Services for Resilient Development: Value of Climate Services

This video, produced by the Climate Services for Resilient Development (CSRD) initiative, features representatives from Ecuador, El Salvador, Colombia, Honduras, and Guatemala who describe how access to climate information and services is helping people, particularly farmers and ranchers, build resilience to adverse climate phenomena such as drought, extreme temperatures, and precipitation.

CSRD is an international public-private partnership committed to delivering climate services—including the production, translation, transfer, and use of climate information—purposefully designed to enable policymakers and decision-makers to address significant problems and create solutions.
 

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2:07
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Sectors
Adaptation
Strategic Objective
Adaptation
Topics
Adaptation, Resilience, Weather
Region
Latin America & Caribbean

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