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Thursday, April 4, 2024

Challenges & Tools of Israel’s Agricultural Sector in Response to Climate Change

3 April 2024Challenges & Tools of Israel’s Agricultural Sector in Response to Climate Change

The climate crisis is one of the biggest threats to the global economy and to human wellbeing, already taking its toll and severely affecting our ecosystems, livelihoods and food security.

Considered a "desert threshold" country, Israel is expected to face impactful climate changes resulting in extensive consequences for its agricultural and water sectors, among others.

In view of these facts, Israel is making important steps to assist its agricultural sector in adapting to climate change, including formulating a quantitative assessment for prioritizing and targeting preparedness policies.


MATC - MASHAV’s International Agricultural Training Center – specializes, since 1963, in human capacity building, transfer of knowledge and professional support in the fields of agriculture, water management, environment and rural development.

MATC designs and implements MASHAV's agricultural cooperation programs and professional training activities in Israel and abroad. Our cooperation programs are inspired by the Israeli development experience and combine both practical agricultural know-how and the Israeli spirit of innovation. Activities include international courses and tailor-made training activities in Israel and in stakeholders’ countries, as well as long- and short term advisory missions and agricultural projects. Trainings are held in English, French, Russian, Spanish and Arabic.

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