Feed the Future employs approaches that draw on state-of-the-art science and policy. In a recent Global Learning Evidence Exchange (CSA GLEE), Rob Bertram, USAID Bureau for Food Security Chief Scientist, commented that climate variations and stressors remain constant as Feed the Future works to address global hunger and food.
Central to program design and interventions is constructing a solid foundation of understanding of the key components and approaches identified within climate-smart agriculture. Addressing the changing needs within our environments require practitioners to innovate and adapt technologies; working together to design and support solutions. The following provide foundational resources on current CSA approaches.