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Advanced Technologies of Rice Production for Coping with Climate Change:'No Regret' Options for Adaptation and Mitigation and their Potential Uptake

Advanced Technologies of Rice Production for Coping with Climate Change:'No Regret' Options for Adaptation and Mitigation and their Potential Uptake

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IRRI Limited Proceedings no. 16
IRRI Limited Proceedings no. 16

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2010 No. 16
 Advanced Technologies of RiceProduction for Coping withClimate Change: ‘No Regret’ Optionsfor Adaptation and Mitigation andtheir Potential Uptake
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Wassmann R, editor. 2010. Advanced technologies of rice produc-tion for coping with climate change: ‘no regret’ options for adapta-tion and mitigation and their potential uptake. Proceedings of theWorkshop
 Advanced Technologies of Rice Production for Coping withClimate Change: ‘No Regret’ Options for Adaptation and Mitigation and their Potential Uptake
held on 23-25 June 2010 in Los Baños, Philippines.IRRI Limited Proceedings No. 16. Los Baños (Philippines): InternationalRice Research Institute. 81 p.
ISSN 1607-7776
IRRI Limited Proceedings Series
The series allows IRRI scientists and partners to quickly share informationwith specialized institutions and individuals. It consists of proceedings fromconferences, meetings, and workshops. To permit rapid publication, thereview and editing may not be as rigorous as with formal proceedings.International Rice Research Institute 2010Mailing address: DAPO Box 7777, Metro Manila, PhilippinesPhone: +63 (2) 580-5600Fax: +63 (2) 580-5699Email: irri@cgiar.orgHome page: www.cgiar.org.irriRice Knowledge Bank: www.knowledgebank.irri.org
Courier address: Suite 1009, Pacic Bank Building
6776 Ayala Avenue, Makati City, PhilippinesTel. +63 (2) 891-1236, 891-1174, 891-1258, 891-1303The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) was established in 1960by the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations with the help and approval of 
the Government of the Philippines. Today, IRRI is one of the 15 nonprot
international research centers supported by the Consultative Group onInternational Agricultural Research (www.cgiar.org).IRRI receives support from the following CGIAR members:Asian Development Bank, Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, China,European Commission, Food and Agriculture Organization, France,Germany, India, International Fund for Agricultural Development, Iran,Japan, Korea, Norway, Philippines, Portugal, Rockefeller Foundation,Sweden, Switzerland, Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture,Thailand, Turkey, UK, USA, and the World Bank.In 2009, IRRI also received support from 5 PRIME, BayerCropScience, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bioversity International,CARE, Challenge Programs (Generation, HarvestPlus, and Water &Food), Eiselen Foundation, FOSS, Gatsby Foundation, Global CropDiversity Trust, Grand Challenges in Global Health project, InternationalAtomic Energy Association, International Fertilizer Industry Association,International Plant Nutrition Institute, International Potash Institute,International Fund for Agricultural Research, Kellogg Company,Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute, NunhemsB.V., Pioneer Overseas Corporation, Plan International Cambodia, andWorld Vision, among others.The responsibility for this publication rests solely with theInternational Rice Research Institute.
 
Producing more with less: exploring farm-based approaches to improve productivity ..........................................1and providing options to farmers in adapting to climate change
B. Gujja and T.M. Thiyagarajan
Crop and natural resource management for climate-ready rice in unfavorable......................................................9environments: coping with adverse conditions and creating opportunities
S.M. Haefele, A.M. Ismail, D.E. Johnson, C. Vera Cruz, and B. Samson
Temperature effects on rice: signicance and possible adaptation
.....................................................................19
S.V.K. Jagadish, K. Sumeth, G. Howell, E. Redoña, R. Wassmann, and S. Heuer
Facilitating mitigation projects in the land-use sector: lessons from the ..................................................27CDM and REDD
R.D. Lasco
The role of stress-tolerant varieties for adapting to climate change .....................................................................31
D.J. Mackill, A.M. Ismail, A. Kumar, and G.B. Gregorio
National policy and programs for adaptation to climate change in Bangladesh .................................................35
D. Mallick and A. Rahman
Farmer eld schools for climate adaptation to enhance farmers’ resilience
......................................................39to climate change
L.T. Narteh, C.M. Soumaré, S. Makhfousse, Batello, and P. Kenmore
An integration framework for social research and farming systems modeling ...................................................45
to co-develop farmer-veried adaptation strategies in the context of climate change
C.H. Roth, P.R. Brown, C.M. Grünbühel, L. Williams, N.D. MacLeod,M. van Wensveen, and Z. Hochman
Food security, crop health, and global change ........................................................................................................51
S. Savary, A. Nelson, I. Pangga, J. Aunario, R. Hijmans, R. Wassmann,and L. Willocquet
Modeling approaches for assessing adaptation strategies in rice germplasm ...................................................55development to cope with climate change
Tao Li and R. Wassmann
Implementing the Clean Development Mechanism in the land use sector: ........................................................63status and prospects
R. Wassmann
Rice production and global climate change: scope for adaptation and mitigation activities ............................67
R. Wassmann, S.V.K. Jagadish, S.B. Peng, K. Sumeth, Y. Hosen, and B.O. Sander
 Assessing adaptive management options to cope with climate change at the farm level
.................................77
R.P. Rötter, H. Lehtonen, H. Kahiluoto, J. Helin, T. Palosuo,
 
 T. Salo,
 
 Y. Pavlova, J. Wolf, T.R. Carter, and F. Ewert
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