A number of procedures are involved when attempting to plan and carry out agricultural adaptation programs. This is also held to be true concerning the mitigation of agricultural crisis. Procedures depend on numerous factors, such as consensus building, the participation of concerned stakeholders, and the incorporation of reliable and detailed data. In spite of this, meeting such demands can prove difficult. It is thereby the goal of this paper to demonstrate the “targetCSA” framework:  As a spatially-explicit multi-criteria decision support framework, it is expected to facilitate national climate-smart agriculture (CSA).