What is 'Climate-Smart' Agriculture?

Anthony Wolimbwa’s farm in Eastern Uganda has banana trees (far left) to provide shade and attract different bugs that, through competition of pests, will reduce the overall number of pests and diseases on the farm. Image courtesy of Anthony Wolimbwa. Uganda, 2016.

The phrase "climate-smart" agriculture, coined by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, means producing more food using less space. Student fellow Talia Schmitt discusses the implications of the practice and what environmental experts think of the trend.