Improving Safety and Quality

of the Sri Lankan fruits and vegetables

  • New
  • Tomatoe
  • Mango
  • pine
  • water-m

climatechangecoverClimate change is reducing the competitiveness of agricultural exports from developing countries as far apart as Peru and Uganda, according to an ITC survey of agri-food exporters in these countries.The exporters call on their governments to integrate climate change into long-term, sector-specific policies and investment strategies. Among the study’s recommendations: an international climate platform to share best practices and reliable climate information; targeted training in climate-smart agriculture and sustainable certification; financing for sustainable practices and infrastructure; better public-private networks and partnerships to attract support to manage climate risks. - See more at: http://www.intracen.org/publication/Climate-Change-and-the-Agri-Food-Trade/#sthash.ZQ015rSj.dpuf

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