Rapid Scenario-Planning Exercise to Review Risks of the Agricultural Sector
The brief summarizes the outcomes of a rapid scenario-planning exercise to stress test a series of business risk-management programs under a set of plausible economic, social and environmental conditions.
The intent of the scenario approach was to help clarify the risks and opportunities inherent in the selected agricultural programs under climate change and other related factors, along with possible actions that could be taken to mitigate risks and leverage opportunities. The scenario approach was applied in Manitoba.
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