Agricultural Awareness Partnership
The CCAF Agricultural Awareness Partnership is a
three-year project that aims to increase the awareness of producers
and the public on greenhouse gas issues and solutions.
The Partnership is funded by the Government of
Canada’s Climate Change Action Fund, which was established in 1998
to help Canada meet its commitments under the Kyoto Protocol.
Who we are:
The Agricultural Awareness Partnership is a
partnership of agricultural and conservation groups dedicated to
promoting sustainable practices related to greenhouse gas mitigation
in the agriculture industry.
Each group plays a unique role within the
partnership and brings a particular expertise to the table.
The goals of the CCAF Agriculture Awareness
Partnership are to:
Increase awareness of
producers and the general public of greenhouse gas (GHG) issues
and solutions (carbon sequestration, emission reductions) relative
to the agrifood industry.
strengthen the national network of organizations, agencies,
and institutions that can contribute to agricultural solutions to
Identify and promote Best
Management Practices (BMPs).