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What options to facilitate the transition towards an agricultural sector generating less emissions and better adapted to climate change?

- By : Claudine FOUCHEROT

Date: November 17

Time: 5pm to 6.30pm

Location: Bleu zone – Morrocan Pavilion (Room Ziz)
Organisers: I4CE, Crédit Agricole du Maroc

17 Nov 2016

What options to facilitate the transition towards an agricultural sector generating less emissions and better adapted to climate change?

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Claudine FOUCHEROT
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