Economic impacts of climate change on priority value chains in the Caribbean: Implications for private-sector investment and scaling-up of climate-smart agriculture in the region

To support the implementation of CTA’s flagship project for the Caribbean, this report is aimed at developing capacity-building efforts for specific groups of farmers engaging in specific production activities in priority value chains so they may improve their access to key markets. This report focuses on the threats climate change poses to the production of two priority value chains in the Caribbean – fruit and vegetables, and roots and tubers.

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    Executive summary
    Introduction
    Economic impacts of climate change on priority agriculture value chains in the Caribbean
    Policy and financial support to agriculture value-chain actors against the impacts of climate change
    Implications for scaling up climate adaptation solutions in priority agriculture value chains
    Conclusions and key messages
    References
    Figures
    Tables

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