Under uncertain futures, decision-makers and researchers from across the Mekong region in Southeast Asia are reviewing their agriculture and climate policies.
As one of the world’s most productive agricultural regions, Southeast Asia is facing a number of challenges. Climate change and variability are among the greatest unknowns, and are likely to have far-reaching effects on food security, environments and livelihoods, especially when they interact with uncertainty around key socio-economic development drivers.
In the face of these uncertain futures, decision-makers and researchers from across the Mekong region in Southeast Asia met last year to ask hard questions about the feasibility of their policies and their implementations.
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