• CSA Guide

    The website can guide action on implementing climate-smart agriculture.
  • Climate Wizard

    The Climate Wizard enables technical and non-technical audiences alike to access leading climate change information and visualize the impacts anywhere on Earth. With Climate Wizard users can: view historic temperature and rainfall maps, view state-of-the-art future predictions of temperature and rainfall, and view and download climate change maps in a few easy steps. The website is designed to be integrated within the government or other institutional websites to provide a seamless look and user experience. Developed in cooperation with CIAT.
  • Climate-Smart Agriculture Plan: A guide to scaling CSA

    CSA-Plan is a guide for CSA planning, programming and implementation. Sitting within each component of CSA-Plan are information, tools, and approaches to enable action. Engagement and capacity building are key crosscutting elements of CSA-Plan. CSA-Plan can be applied across levels of decision making. It allows for exchange of information between levels to maximize alignment and integration of information and planning. Developed in cooperation with World Agroforestry Centre and CIAT.
  • Terra-i: An eye on habitat change

    Deforestation can lead to widespread loss of biodiversity and also impacts the ecosystem services that foster a stable climate and secure freshwater supplies. In many parts of the world the scale and pattern of deforestation is infrequently and inconsistently monitored and this makes management of land-cover change very difficult. Terra-i – available open source and free-of-charge – detects land-cover changes resulting from human activities in near real-time, producing updates every 16 days. Developed in cooperation with CIAT.
  • The climate-smart agriculture implementer

    The rapid pace of climate change, and its impact on global food security, means a greater sense of urgency needs to be applied to putting adaptation and mitigation measures in place. Scientific experts and farmers in Asia face a communication gap which prevents the sustainable scaling out and adoption of climate-smart agricultural technologies and practices. The CSA Implementer is a mobile phone application which uses crowdsourcing to bridge the communication gap between farmers and experts with the aim of fast-tracking CSA adoption. Developed in cooperation with CIAT.
  • The 5Q approach

    Reducing hunger and poverty requires effective strategies but many traditional monitoring and evaluation methods are costly, complicated, rigid, slow, and do not include the opinions of the project beneficiaries. The 5Q approach is simple, adaptable, responsive, effective, and better integrates stakeholders. Project beneficiaries can proactively participate in programs for greater livelihood, health, and environmental gains. Developed in cooperation with CIAT.
  • CCAFS-MOT: a mitigation options tool for agriculture

    The CCAFS-Mitigation Options Tool estimates greenhouse gas emissions from different land uses and considers mitigation practices that are compatible with food production to inform agricultural and climate change decisions.
  • IMPACTLite Tool

    The IMPACTLite tool helps capture the diversity of farming activities and characterize the main agricultural production systems.
  • The Ex-Ante Carbon-balance Tool

    The Ex-Ante Carbon-balance Tool provides ex-ante estimates of the impact of agriculture and forestry development projects, programs and policies on the carbon-balance.
  • Atlas of CCAFS sites

    Browse colourful maps of CCAFS research sites in three regions: East Africa, West Africa and South Asia
  • Agtrials

    The AgTrials database collects decades of agricultural field experiments to help understand and adapt to climate change impacts.
  • Core Sites in the CCAFS Regions

    This portfolio includes brief descriptions of CCAFS initial core sites in East Africa, West Africa and South Asia, including coordinates of the sampling frames baseline surveys.
  • Explore our work on a map!

    The Adaptation and Mitigation Knowledge Network lets you explore data from our research on climate change, agriculture and food security, alongside related multimedia such as video interviews with farmers and photos and blogs from field work.
  • Climate Analogues

    Deliver a glimpse of future climates, by identifying and mapping spatial and temporal analogue sites across the globe.