A C-AGG delegation traveled to high level meetings and technical workshops in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India, in November 2017. While in India, hosted by our colleagues and partners at the Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiatives (APPI) and the Andhra Pradesh (AP) government, we collaborated to build capacity for agricultural sector resilience and adaptation to climate change, and to assess and promote the potential to simultaneously achieve and measure reduced greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) from the agricultural sector. Together C-AGG, APPI and the AP Government organized a 2-day high-level meeting and 2 days of technical workshops in Vijayawada on “Building Capacity to Measure Climate Change Impacts due to Changes in Agricultural Practices”. APPI and the AP government are converting 500,000 small-holder farmers from conventional agriculture to Climate Resilient Zero Budget Natural Farming (CRZBNF) practices. Farmers in AP are suffering from financial insolvency and biologically bankrupt soils due to the high costs and low returns of intensive, chemical-based agriculture. The AP Government and APPI have invested in a comprehensive, farmer- and community-based program to restore farmer well-being and livelihoods and soil health and biology to enhance food production, food security, human and community health, and enhanced gender equity. Click here to read all about this work.