SAWiE Team attended the National Stakeholder’s Consultation Workshop on Mainstreaming Climate-Smart Agriculture under Pathways to strengthening Capabilities for Climate-Smart Agriculture in Pakistan held at Islamabad Hotel. The panelists discussed the transformation to Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) can substantially reduce climate change impacts. CSA technologies and practices like crop and enterprise diversification, low delta crops, stress-tolerant crop varieties and animal breeds, conservation agriculture, organic kitchen gardening, integrated pest management, sustainable intensification of agriculture, solar-powered irrigation systems, laser land leveling, climate information services, etc. not only help in better utilization of resources but also promote climate resilience in agriculture.