Climate Risk Toolbox (CRTB)

Sectors and Themes
Agriculture
Disaster Risk Reduction
Scale
National
Sub-national
Project-Level
Expertise Level
Practitioner
Specialist
Resource Type
Analysis Tools
Language
English
Developer or Source
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

The Climate Risk Toolbox – CRTB was developed by the FAO Risks Team (FAO Environment Workstream within the FAO Office of Climate Change, Biodiversity and Environment – OCB) and the FAO AgroInformatics Team (FAO Digitalization and Informatics – CSI Division) to support the design of climate-resilient agricultural investment projects and plans, by allowing users to conduct climate risk screenings through advanced climate-related geospatial information and data. The CRTB is built on top of the FAO Hand-in-Hand (HiH) Geospatial Platform, which provides open-access geographic information, key food security indicators and agricultural statistics sourced from FAO and from external organizations such as NGOs, academia, the private sector, and space agencies, unlocking over 2 million data layers for more targeted, evidence-based interventions. The HiH platform is developed and scaled up by the FAO AgroInformatics team of the Digitalization and Informatics Division.

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