CCAFS research on climate-smart technologies and practices addresses the challenge of how to transition to a climate-smart agriculture (CSA) at a large scale for enabling agricultural systems to be transformed and reoriented to support food security under the new realities of climate change. Indeed, despite the significant global action and investment being channeled towards CSA, there is currently scant evidence on its context specificity, on the synergies and trade-offs among the distinct CSA pillars (productivity, adaptation and mitigation) of different practices and technologies and on innovative and successful scaling mechanisms.

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