Agricultural growth and climate resilience in the Philippines: Subnational impacts of selected investment strategies and policies
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Thomas T, Pradesha A, Perez N. 2015. Agricultural growth and climate resilience in the Philippines: Subnational impacts of selected investment strategies and policies. Policy Note 2. Washington DC: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
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Being a nation of many islands spanning a consider-able range of latitudes, the Philippines is noted for its climatic and ecological diversity. Significant climate differences exist, not least due to the country’s exten-sive coastal exposure and mountainous areas. For these reasons, the impacts of climate change on agriculture are likely to differ significantly across the country.
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