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Abu Dhabi has Implemented a Sophisticated Climate-Smart Agriculture Plan

Abu Dhabi has Implemented a Sophisticated Climate Smart Agriculture Plan

For increasing the efficiency of sustainable agricultural developmental production in the emirate, Abu Dhabi has announced the implementation of a comprehensive agricultural development plan.

The strategy, presented by the Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority, adheres to the principle of planning and zoning for the emirate’s farms, identifying similar areas in terms of progress and resources, and developing development methods.

Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority and Minister of Presidential Affairs, highlighted that the execution of the “Comprehensive Plan for Agricultural Sustainability” is in alignment with the UAE government’s declaration of a strategic initiative to accomplish climate objectivity by 2050, as well as leading global trends in promoting the approach of climax agriculture.

He said that the climate neutrality effort fosters innovation, technological localization, the development of advanced farming techniques, food security, and natural resource protection, all of which contribute to sustainable development.

The integrated approach to managing agricultural land and livestock, forests and green areas, fisheries and creating agricultural systems to respond effectively to climate change is known as climate-smart agriculture. The three objectives of increasing productivity and economic return from agriculture are achieved sustainably with adaptation to climate change and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

The “Comprehensive Plan for Agricultural Sustainability” is being developed in partnership with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, according to ADFSA.

The authority stated that it has taken significant procedures to safeguard the ideal consumption of natural resources, particularly water and that it is working to achieve even more through the adoption of a climate-smart agriculture approach and the implementation of measures such as reducing reliance on non-renewable groundwater, moving toward recycled or desalinated water sources, regulating water distribution to farms through mass irrigation plants, and moving toward the cultivation of regenerative agriculture.

For increasing the efficiency of sustainable agricultural developmental production in the emirate, Abu Dhabi has announced the implementation of a comprehensive agricultural development plan.

The strategy, presented by the Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority, adheres to the principle of planning and zoning for the emirate’s farms, identifying similar areas in terms of progress and resources, and developing development methods.

Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Presidential Affairs, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority, highlighted that the execution of the “Comprehensive Plan for Agricultural Sustainability” is in alignment with the UAE government’s declaration of a strategic initiative to accomplish climate objectivity by 2050, as well as leading global trends in promoting the approach of climax agriculture.

He said that the climate neutrality effort fosters innovation, technological localization, the development of advanced farming techniques, food security, and natural resource protection, all of which contribute to sustainable development.

The integrated approach to managing agricultural land and livestock, forests and green areas, fisheries, and creating agricultural systems to respond effectively to climate change is known as climate-smart agriculture. The three objectives of increasing productivity and economic return from agriculture are achieved sustainably with adaptation to climate change and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

The “Comprehensive Plan for Agricultural Sustainability” is being developed in partnership with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, according to ADFSA.

The authority stated that it has taken significant procedures to safeguard the ideal consumption of natural resources, particularly water and that it is working to achieve even more through the adoption of a climate-smart agriculture approach and the implementation of measures such as reducing reliance on non-renewable groundwater, moving toward recycled or desalinated water sources, regulating water distribution to farms through mass irrigation plants, and moving toward the cultivation of regenerative agriculture.

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