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This report provides a descriptive overview of 50 payments for environmental services schemes in operation in grasslands and other grazing lands worldwide and in Mongolia.
This report reviews the current state of the People’s Republic of China's national policy on climate change mitigation and carbon markets.
This report assesses the potential of carbon market mechanisms in the People’s Republic of China to support the achievement of grassland policy objectives.
This publication summarizes potential technical measures in the People’s Republic of China to increase carbon sequestration and reduce the intensity of greenhouse gas emissions from grassland-based animal husbandry.
This publication discusses the causes of climate change and its impacts on livelihoods and ecosystems for herders in Mongolia.
This report reviews Mongolia's grassland management and traditional nomadic pastoralism and identifies potential adaptation strategies and practices.
This paper studies the relationship between trade and food security. Using a bilateral import penetration index (BIPI), it shows that countries relying on bilateral trade are particularly vulnerable to disruptions in food supply.
How can safety nets better cushion the poor from food crises and economic shocks? In this study, the authors examine safety net programs in four Asian countries to find common design elements for success.
In this paper, the authors examine how domestic and foreign supply shocks affect rice trade and consumption. Their study reveals that export restrictions, price stabilization programs, and other such policies can offset negative domestic shocks.
Food price inflation and volatility have a significant and adverse effect on the health of the most vulnerable in developing countries.