As more and more organizations in Asia undertake initiatives to address the consequences of a changing climate, our knowledge about it and how it affects agriculture in various countries has become vast. But the challenge – especially for decision makers in governments, businesses, and development institutions – is how to sift through this information and ensure that their plans are based on scientific evidence that is relevant to them. The Climate Policy Hub addresses this by generating robust evidence for countries across Asia, to assist in policy development and investment decisions related to mitigating and adapting to climate change. The suite of services offered includes agro-ecosystems diagnoses, mapping and modeling exercises, and economic and policy analyses, to help make the most effective and cost-efficient actions.