Welcome to the website of the project: Enhanced Strategies for Climate-Resilient and Environmentally Sound Agricultural Production (C-RESAP) in the Yellow River Basin.

 

This website is the information platform that gives access to the products of the project, including information on the project area, situation analyses, potential policies and practices to contribute to the adaptation of the agricultural sector to climate change and to reduce the impact of agriculture on the environment.

We would like to share the experience of our project, including methodologies and examples of areas that could be further improved, as we believe in learning from experience. The website is also designed to be a platform for the exchange of multidisciplinary information on the topics covered by the project. 

We have divided the information in five parts: introduction to the project, background information on the project area, project activities and results, resources (including publications and the online C-RESAP/climate-smart information package), and the people behind the project.

If you need more information or you would like to contribute please contact us at cpesap@caas.ac.cn.

 


The online package on climate-resilient and environmentally sound agriculture or "climate-smart" agriculture went live in November 2011. Through simplified concepts and relevant resources and examples, we explore the impacts of global change on agriculture, the impacts of agriculture on ecosystems and possible technical and policy considerations that can help building food security under current and future challenges. The information package has six modules, different levels of text and a wealth of resources from all over the world. See more...

The Action Plans developed by project stakeholders were presented at the final meeting in April 2011 and published in September 2011. See more...

The final meeting of the project was held in Beijing in May 2011. The meeting brought together project partners and international experts to discuss the project results and ways to move forward. See more...

The project held its third round of training for farmers in four provinces in May–June 2010. Around 500 farmers took part in the third round of training, conducted in each of the four project provinces. See more...

Training for local technicians held in four provinces in September 2009. The training for field technicians, comprising of classroom presentation and a field demonstration were conducted. See more...

Training for provincial authorities held in four provinces in April 2009. A three day training session for provincial authorities was held in four provinces in April 2009 to engage the local and provincial authorities. See more...


MDG Achievement Fund
Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN
Ministry of Agriculture
Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences