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农业生产历来是人类社会的重中之重。在我们几千年的历史中，农作物、纤维物以及其他生态产物的耕种与收获见证了数百亿人的生命足迹。 农业生产技术的发展逐步提高了人类文明所赖以生存的粮食安全保障，并在很大程度上推动了人类文明的繁荣与昌盛。然而，在农业生产的过程中所利用的土地和水资源，以及动植物本身都会释放大量包括甲烷在内的温室气体（GHG）以及其他短寿命气候污染物 （SLCP）。
The Agriculture Hub is co-led by Costa Rica, United States, and Vietnam. Co-leadership by countries ensures government engagement and ownership of the solutions. Co-leads provide valuable insights into the policy process to help ensure implementation is practical from a national perspective.
The Agriculture Leadership Group consists of both state and non-state members that provide guidance and expertise, and connect the Hub to activities underway beyond the CCAC.
The CCAC Agriculture Initiative is the first action-oriented global effort to reduce methane and black carbon emissions from key agricultural sectors by sharing and implementing best practices, in order to enhance food security and livelihoods in accordance with broader climate change objectives.
The Initiative focuses on identifying and facilitating the implementation of best management practices and technologies tailored to national and local circumstances. This includes needs assessments and studies, raising awareness, training & capacity building, and working with farmers, policymakers, and other stakeholders to overcome barriers to implementation.
The Livestock and Manure Management component aims to facilitate policy and local-level practice change through marginally improving production practices while keeping production levels constant.
The objective of the Open Agriculture Burning component is to replicate and scale up open burning mitigation options as a result of a) determining the nature of open burning (who burns what, when, where and why) in the target regions of the Eastern Himalayas and Andes and b) creation of regional open burning networks and partners by convening two regional conferences that will feed into project goals and outcomes through information sharing, and c) the development of shovel-ready pilot mitigation projects with specific actions targeted to each region and crop type.
The Paddy Rice Cultivation component seeks to reduce methane emissions from paddy rice production by promoting alternative cultivation practices and educating rice producers, as well as creating enabling conditions to overcome barriers for improved agricultural methods.
The Enteric Methane component aims to transform ruminant livestock production systems in order to reduce emissions of enteric methane per unit of product, and increase efficiency.
The CCAC has helped governments identify ambitious actions, policies and targets to cut short-lived climate pollutant emissions from enteric methane, rice, manure, and burning. Our work has laid the foundation for action by establishing locally appropriate, affordable and technically feasible measures. Our key achievements include:
29 CCAC partners have included specific agriculture measures in their updated NDCs. 16 mention enteric fermentation, 15 manure management, 11 rice production, and 8 open burning.
14 countries demonstrated the potential for reducing enteric methane to stimulate immediate investments.
Leveraged $461,100,000 in co-funding for SLCP mitigation in agriculture
Helped 4 countries include mitigation from agriculture in their NDCs.
Lead Partner: A Coalition partner with an active role in coordinating, monitoring and guiding the work of an initiative.
Implementer: A Coalition partner or actor receiving Coalition funds to implement an activity or initiative.
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