Extension and Advisory Services in Scaling up Climate Smart Agriculture in South Asia

Farmers need support to understand the impacts of
climate change and adopt CSA practices. This would
involve changes in the behaviour, strategies, and
agricultural practices of millions of farmers worldwide.
Extension and Advisory Services (EAS) have a crucial role
to play in linking farmers with sources of new information
and tools so that they can transition to CSA practices
(Simpson and Burpee 2014). Moreover, only EAS have an
explicit focus on supporting such change among rural

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