Climate change affected agriculture in nearly every part of the globe. The climate change effect is more visible in coastal regions since sea water level rise, abrasion, and sea water intrusion have affected the farming areas.
As an archipelagic country, most regions in Indonesia have coastal resources that hold important support on food security. Agriculture and aquaculture sectors generate important contributions to food production, economy, and social development. This article highlights multiple methods that align with the Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) principles to showcase coastal farmers’ adaptation effort.