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The video promotes agriculture and illustrates how food production is influenced by the climate through the experiences of Sr. Sapo in his home garden to foster children’s understanding of how the food we eat is connected to sunshine, rain and the soil.
This vulnerability assessment is meant to provide a baseline “snapshot” of current climate vulnerabilities, along with specific adaptive management strategies to increase the resilience of working lands.