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© Fairtrade 2011 Fairtrade products carry this Mark © Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade and climate change
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark 1.What is climate change? 2.Why is climate change an issue for farmers? 3.Challenges faced by farmers in adapting to climate change 4.How Fairtrade supports farmers in adapting to climate change 5.Sustainability of farmer livelihoods 6.Case study Contents
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark What is climate change? 1. The earth absorbs sunbeams 2. The earth reflects some of the energy back 3. This is reflected again by the atmosphere CO 2 4. Reflected by the surface and becomes trapped in our atmosphere 5. The layer of gas and steam prevents the heat leaving the atmosphere causing warming Sun CO 2
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark Why climate change is an issue for farmers Extended droughts Increased evaporation of water Loss of forests Death of livestock Decreased yields Less water availability Sea level rises Shortage of agricultural products Increased pests
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark Challenges in adapting to climate change Lack of funds and resources Lack of knowledge about alternatives
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark How Fairtrade supports farmers adapting to climate change Education Access to resources Adaptation techniques Mitigation techniques
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark Adaptation Kasinthula Sugar Cane Growers Shire Valley, Malawi Women preparing seed cane
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark Other adaption techniques Cocoa intercropping
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark Mitigation ACOPAGRO Co-operative Peru Cocoa pods ready for harvest
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark Improving the sustainability of farmers livelihoods
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark Case study: Gumutindo Location: Border of Uganda and Kenya 6,000 members, half of which are women Contains 10 coffee partnerships
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark Cause for concern Climate change and migration to the area increases pressure on land Arabica niche temperature requirements increase stress Spread of disease and pests
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark Taking action Cow share project Tree nursery and training scheme Fuel efficient stoves Pest and disease management Water storage project
© Fairtrade 2012 Fairtrade products carry this Mark
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