Low carbon technologies
| 13 de novembro de 2023
Low carbon technologies for agriculture are a set of techniques designed to improve productive activities, redirecting them towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions, preserving natural resources, and maintaining or expanding agricultural production in a sustainable manner.
In Brazil, the low carbon technologies for agriculture were developed from experiences in other biomes. Therefore, we are building, in a pioneering and collective way, dialogues, and strategies for their adaptation to the specificities of Caatinga (dryland).
One of our strategies is to strengthen local productive arrangements by linking their productive activities to the climate agenda in order to reduce vulnerabilities, promote environmental preservation, and improve the income of rural producers.