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Bhutan looks to CSA for climate resilient agriculture

Promotion and implementation of climate smart agricultural (CSA) in Bhutan could minimise the adverse effects of climate change and contribute to overall goals of food security and self-sufficiency through resilient agriculture, according to a research.

Bhutanese economy is primarily based on agriculture that employs around 57 percent of the population. The sector is, however, most vulnerable to the effects of climate change.

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