Central American Regional Workshop on Climate Change and Agriculture: Technical Report
A three-day workshop was held at IICA’s Headquarters with the objective of bringing together public sector actors from Central America to continue the exploration of a potential Central American Climate Network. Twenty-one representatives, principally from the ministries of agriculture, environment and planning from attended, representing Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama. Sessions were designed to validate the information gathered for the Scoping Report developed in March of 2017 and collect information regarding most pressing needs in the region related to climate change and agriculture. In addition, information was obtained regarding regional and national level stakeholders, knowledge and use of existing information platforms and coordination mechanisms, the utility of regional projects, and the vision for the region’s future.
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