Central Asian countries and partners met to discuss Central Asian Climate Information Platform (CACIP)

Date: 2019-09-27.

The joint workshop was held on 27th of September 2019 in Dushanbe (Tajikistan) to conduct the regional consultation for Central Asian Climate Information Platform (CACIP) as well as to launch the study on assessment of Costs of Environmental Degradation (CoED) in Tajikistan. The event was jointly hosted by the Tajik Academy of Agricultural Sciences (TAAS) and the State Committee on Environmental Protection (CEP) of Tajikistan.

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Alternative practices for sustainable farming in Moldova

Date: 2019-08-21.

Drought and soil erosion are among the biggest threats affecting Moldovan agricultural sector in recent years. Adopting alternative agricultural practices can be a way to make farming in the country sustainable.

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“CACIP should be like Wikipedia” for climate data users – discussion

Date: 2019-07-29.

Considering that the platform is being designed not only for decision makers and scientists, but also for agricultural producers and farmers across the country, it is important that it is simple, easy to use, and operates on low internet bandwidth and mobile phones, the participants noted.

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Development of Climate Change Platform discussed in Bishkek

Date: 2019-07-20.

An important issue is making the platform sustainable and viable, so that it continues running after the project is completed.

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Workshop on development of Central Asian Climate Information Platform in Kazakhstan

Date: 2019-06-20.

A consultative seminar on the development of Central Asian Climate Information Platform (CACIP) was held on June 14 in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

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