Based on the adaptation activities piloted under the USAID Mekong Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Change (USAID Mekong ARCC) project, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Thailand produced fact sheets highlighting the costs and benefits of the activities piloted in four villages in Thailand’s Chiang Rai and Sakon Nakhon Provinces.
The costs and benefits are captured for the following activities that were selected strengthen the resilience of their livelihoods and local ecosystem to the projected impacts of climate change: agricultural diversification, raising black chickens and layer chickens, and raising black pigs. It is hoped these fact sheets will provide useful insights for practitioners working in community-based adaptation. Check out below the costs and benefits fact sheets, available for download both in English and Thai.
- Agricultural Diversification English | ภาษาไทย
- Raising Black Chickens and Layer Chickens English | ภาษาไทย
- Raising Black Pigs (Mu Lum) English | ภาษาไทย