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Climate Change Negotiations for Agriculture Stakeholders
Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Training Courses (Duration: )
  • Climate Change
  • Worldwide
We are very happy to share with you our recently published e-learning course "Climate Change Negotiations for Agriculture Stakeholders" on the FAO E-learning Academy.

Inspired by the ASEAN Negotiating Group on Agriculture (ANGA) journey, the course aims to onboard and enhance the delegations’ capacity to the negotiation landscape under the UNFCCC and its Paris Agreement, particularly on agriculture and food security in the international climate change agenda.

Four modules in this course cover: Climate change cooperation under the United Nations: history, key milestones, and multilateral agreements. The key bodies that comprise the UNFCCC and the meetings that take place within and between these bodies and other stakeholders. The role of observers and negotiating groups and key document types in the negotiation process. The negotiation process, including interests and positions, soft and hard negotiation skills. A digital certificate will be issued to learners once they have completed the course and passed the evaluation examination.

The e-learning course development is a collaboration between the ASEAN-German Cooperation projects, initiated by the Climate-Smart Land Use (CSLU) project, finalized under the GIZ ASEAN AgriTrade project with funding from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) with technical assistance from CAOS - Borboletas e Sustentabilidade, Lda., and FAO E-Learning Academy.