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000259066 260__ $$c2016
000259066 269__ $$a2016-09-09
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000259066 336__ $$aReport
000259066 490__ $$aFSP Research Paper 21
000259066 520__ $$aThe impacts of climate change on the agricultural sector in Nigeria going forward are expected to be severe, but so far there is a dearth of systemic analysis of how these impacts would develop over time, or how they would interact with other drivers impacting Nigerian agriculture. Such a systemic analysis could contribute to adaptation efforts by identifying policy mechanisms that serve as system ‘levers’ to effect change given the considerable uncertainty associated with both the socio-economic and ecological aspects of climate change. This study begins to provide a systematic analysis of the impact of climate change on agricultural production in Nigeria using a participatory research method. We convened a workshop of key stakeholders with diverse and in-depth knowledge of Nigerian agriculture in Ibadan, Nigeria, in June, 2016. Using a causal loop diagramming (CLD) technique, we grouped these stakeholders by region and led them through an exercise in which they drew diagrams depicting the barriers to, and opportunities for, Nigerian agricultural development.
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000259066 546__ $$aEnglish
000259066 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000259066 650__ $$aFood Security and Poverty
000259066 650__ $$aInternational Development
000259066 6531_ $$aNigeria
000259066 6531_ $$aClimate Change
000259066 700__ $$aOlabisi, Laura Schmitt
000259066 700__ $$aLiverpool-Tasie, Saweda
000259066 700__ $$aOlajide, Adeola
000259066 8560_ $$ffsp@msu.edu
000259066 8564_ $$s449144$$uhttp://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/259066/files/FSP%20Research%20Paper%2021.pdf
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