FAO CLIMPAG

Online data for a better analysis of the effects of climate change on agriculture

CLIMPAG is a website aimed at bringing together the various aspects and interactions between weatherclimate and agriculture in the general context of food security, based primarily on FAO work across these areas. Its focus is on adaptation and development, and it addresses international, national and sub-national scales of governance. The CLIMPAG website contains information under the headings of Advice and Warnings; Climate Change; Climatic Indicators; Data and Maps; Hotspots; Natural Disasters. Apart from the website, information is also available in hardcopy as well as CD ROM. Its main audience is national level policy makers, technical experts and development practitioners.  

Requirements

Training:
None required.
No cost
Costs:
Using the tool: No cost
Time needed:
Depends on the user’s needs

Accessing the tool

Availablility:
Online, Paper-based: Available online, but also offer some off-line services (hardcopy, CD Rom)
Languages:
English, French, Spanish
Contact:
Hideki Kanamaru
+39 (0)6 5705 3450

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations,
Climate, Energy and Tenure Division (NRC)
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla
00153 Rome,
Italy

Adaptation data and information tools

Emphasise tools for climate adaptation that provide data and information to users, for e.g. climate impact data.

Adaptation knowledge sharing tools

Share climate adaptation-specific knowledge increasingly through Web 2.0 functionality and user-generated content.

Area of focus
FAO-Climpag: Mitigation 3, Adaptation 0, Development 3

Published by:

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Climate, Energy and Tenure Division (NRC)

Location:

For global use