Using Process-Based Indicators to Help Design Effective Policies on Food Security in the Context of Climate Change
This briefing note presents a series of resilience indicators as examples for measuring the resilience of local food systems based on community consultations in Honduras and Nicaragua.
It is primarily addressed to food security and resilience practitioners in Central America and for those working on climate and food security metrics more generally.This is the second briefing note in an IISD series on climate-resilient value chains and food systems.
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