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Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture: Analysis of submissions on topic 2(d)

Submissions under UNFCCC decision 4/CP.23 provided by Parties and observers as at 16 December 2019













Chiriacò, M.V., Perugini, L., Bellotta, M., Kaugure, L., Bernoux, M. 2020. Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture: analysis of submissions on topic 2(d). Environment and Natural Resources Management Working Paper No. 83. Rome, FAO.




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