Supporting Climate Resilience in Value Chains under the Climate, Environment, Infrastructure and Livelihoods Professional Evidence and Applied Knowledge Services

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This CEIL-PEAKS study on “Supporting Climate Resilience in Value Chains” was part of United Kingdom Department for International Development 's ongoing work on providing information, leadership, incentives and ensuring collaboration and partnership with the private sector in fostering investment in the adaptation of agricultural value chains to the negative impact of climate change.

The objective of the study was to:

  • Identify the most valuable commodity supply chains to developing countries, in terms of their contribution to GDP and employment;
  • Assess the extent to which those supply chains are resilient to the impacts of climate change in 2030 and 2050, and
  • Propose investments and policies needed to improve resilience along those chains.