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Rural development, or integrated natural resource management, is a process where socio-political, biophysical and economic aspects are considered to sustainably manage resources. It aims to improve the adaptive capacity of local resource managers through working with all stakeholders to better respond to climate change.
Climate change itself has a dramatic impact on local environments. This creates new challenges in the agricultural sector which need to be overcome.
To provide an adequate response to these challenges, a revolutionary approach called climate-smart agriculture (CSA) is being introduced, aiming to transform agriculture into a system able to adapt and mitigate climate impacts and provide food security while at the same time, reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Keda Local Action Group Starts Working on the Local Development Strategy for Keda
On 10-12 April 2018, under the EU supported program Keda LEADER the board of the Keda Local Action Group (LAG) has hosted a workshop aiming at the identification of the sectoral directions for the further organization of the group’s work. The defined directions are 1. Development of tourism and busi
Geo-Environmental, Social, and Economic Implications Concerning the Planned Construction of Motor Ways in the Eastern Caucasus
The eastern part of the Georgian Caucasus is crossed at three locations by an approximately 100 kilometre-long section along the main dividing range (from Jvari Pass to Abano Pass) by motor ways connecting the rest of Georgia with the mountainous northern parts of the Caucasus Range (Khevi, Northern