Central Asia is predicted to experience a significant climate change and increased weather variability over the coming decades. Agriculture is the first and foremost sector sensitive to weather shocks and climate variability. Since agriculture is a key economic sector and a major source of livelihoods for Central Asia’s predominantly rural population, especially for the poor, if no adaptive actions are taken, climate change may lead to significant losses in rural incomes and agricultural production.

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