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Nhan đề: Farmer demand for climate services: Survey results from Ha Tinh province, Vietnam.
Tác giả: Thoai, Trinh Quang
Simelton, Elisabeth
Tam, Le Thi
Từ khoá: Farmer demand
Agricultural planning
Climate services
Năm xuất bản: 2018
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security;
Tóm tắt: Farmers use weather forecasts to plan farming activities: from planting and management to harvesting. --- Key ‘perceived’ benefits of climate services were being able to reduce or avoid climate-related damage, yield and/or economic losses. --- Three in five farmers were willing to pay for seasonal climate services. Those willing to pay were younger, had higher farm incomes, and were not members of organisations --- A higher proportion of men than women were willing to pay, but there were no gender differences within average bid levels farmers were willing to pay. --- Attendance in training courses on climate change increased the probability of using the seasonal forecast for agricultural planning, and willingness to pay for climate services among both men and women. --- Social learning and consolidating local knowledge through participatory climate services increases its value.
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