Proceedings of the National Conference on Water, Food Security, and Climate Change in Sri Lanka, BMICH, Colombo, June 9-11, 2009. Volume 2. Water quality, environment, and climate change

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Alexandra Evans, K. Jinapala
IWMI, 2010 - Agricultural productivity - 174 pages
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In the past couple of years the sharp increase in food prices worldwide has raised serious concerns about food security, especially in developing countries. To effectively address these concerns a holistic approach is required that encompasses improved agricultural water productivity, adaptation to climate change, targeted and appropriate institutional and financial measures, and a consideration of environmental issues. The main purpose of the conference was to share experiences in these areas and to find opportunities to improve farmers’ incomes and food production, and to promote environmentally sustainable practices in Sri Lanka in the face of growing water scarcity and the challenges of climate change.
 

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Alexandra Evans, Researcher/Wastewater and Livelihoods, International Water Management Institute (IWMI); K. Jinapala, Researcher/Institutions Specialist, International Water Management Institute (IWMI).

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