Mr. Rapibhat Chandarasrivongs, Director-General, Department of Agriculture (DOA), Thailand, as ASEAN-Climate Resilience Network (CRN) Chair and Mr. Joell H. Lales, Director, Department of Agriculture-Bureau of …
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ASEAN-CRN focal points and partners gather to discuss and learn about adaptive and mitigation approaches in agriculture to achieve national climate targets and climate finance …
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The ASEAN AgriTrade project and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) recently launched an e-learning course “Climate Change Negotiations for Agriculture …
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In Southeast Asia, the agriculture sector transition is gaining momentum. Many stakeholders are joining forces to ensure that the region is heading toward net zero …
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Welcome to ASEAN-CRN

The ASEAN Climate Resilience Network (ASEAN-CRN) was established to ensure that ASEAN Member States (AMS) are in a better position to adapt their agricultural sector to climate change and optimize its mitigation potential.

Latest News

ASEAN CRN members attended the Annual Forum of The Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture (GACSA)

The 8th ASEAN-CRN Annual Meeting reports on past achievements and discusses future work plan

ASEAN-CRN Exchange Best Practices on Agriculture and Climate Adaptation and Mitigation in the Region

Latest Publications

Study on Nature-based Solutions (NbS) in ASEAN

The Study on Nature-based Solutions (NbS) in ASEAN seeks to provide a solid overview of the status of NbS (related to forest,…

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ASEAN Regional Guidelines for Promoting Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) Practices Volume 3

This third volume (Volume 3) of the ASEAN Regional Guidelines for Promoting Climate-SmartAgriculture (CSA) Practices serves as a complement to the earlier…

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ASEAN Regional Guidelines for Sustainable Agriculture in ASEAN

The guidelines for sustainable agriculture in ASEAN emphasize the need for the sustainable production of these agricultural inputs from available resources within…

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