About this website
CSA Guide is a web portal presenting the climate-smart agriculture (CSA) approach to food security and sustainable development. It is aimed at practitioners, decision-makers and researchers who work with or are interested in CSA. An extensive portfolio of content, a highly visual design, and user friendly interface will allow users to find specific points of interest or follow the flow of information from the basics section, over entry points to CSA, CSA plan, CSA finance, a resource library and case studies. The website was developed by the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) for the World Bank in collaboration with a range of other partners and institutions.
Olaf Westermann (CCAFS)
Olaf Westermann (CCAFS), Dhanush Dinesh (CCAFS), Sonja Vermuelen (CCAFS/UCPH), Bruce Campbell (CCAFS/UCPH), Tobias Baedeker (World Bank), Marc Sadler (World Bank)
Peter Cooper (CCAFS), Philip Thornton (CCAFS/ILRI), Jim Hansen (CCAFS/IRI), Dough Beare (Globefish Consultancy Services), Melody Braun (IRI), Joost Vervoort (CCAFS/University of Oxford), Mikkel Funder and Julie Fogt Rasmussen (DIIS), Matthew Leete (FAO), Sophia Huyer (WISAT/CCAFS), Catherine Hill (CCAFS/CIAT), Todd Rosenstock (ICRAF), Evan Girvetz (CIAT), Caitlin Corner-Dolloff (CIAT), Alberto Millan (World Bank/CCAFS), Ioannis Vasileiou (World Bank/CCAFS/IFPRI), Tobias Baedeker (World Bank), Olaf Westermann (CCAFS), Dhanush Dinesh (CCAFS), Sonja Vermuelen (CCAFS/UCPH), Bruce Campbell (CCAFS/UCPH)
Website design and development:
Lucy Holt (CCAFS), Vanessa Meadu (CCAFS)
Research support and editing:
Snorre Frid-Nielsen (CCAFS), Lili Szilagyi (CCAFS), Magdalena Haman (CCAFS)
Photo credits on landing pages (from top to bottom):
Leocadio S.Sebastian (CCAFS-IRRI), Ray Wiltin (World Bank), Cecilia Schubert (CCAFS), Solomon Kilungu (CCAFS), Georgina Smith (CIAT)
The CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) is a strategic partnership of CGIAR and Future Earth, led by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT). The Program is carried out with funding by CGIAR Fund Donors, Australia (ACIAR), Ireland (Irish Aid), Netherlands (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland (SDC), Thailand, The UK Government (UK Aid), USA (USAID), The European Union (EU). The Program is carried out with technical support from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).
CCAFS Coordinating Unit - Faculty of Science, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Rolighedsvej 21, DK-1958 Frederiksberg C, Denmark. Tel: +45 35331046; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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