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Role of Conservaton Programs in Drought Risk Adaptation
Role of Conservaton Programs in Drought Risk Adaptation
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By Steve Wallander (au); Marcel Aillery (au); Daniel Hellerstein (au); Michael Hand (au)
Year: 2013
Pages: 75
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-4636-6

Product Code: 1457846365

This report evaluates the extent to which farms facing higher levels of drought risk are more likely to participate in conservation programs, and „ćnds a strong link between drought risk and program participation. Prior research has shown that climate-related risk exposure in„ć‰uences production decisions such as crop choice; this report shows that adaptation also includes program participation decisions. Programs like the Conservation Reserve Program and Environmental Quality Incentives Program play a role in drought preparedness and climate adaptation even if they do not directly target such behavior. Conservation program outcomes are in„ć‰uenced by regional differences in production risk, so participation choices due to drought risk can be an important consideration in designing such programs. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.

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