CLIMATE CHANGE INFLUENCING AGRICULTURE AND LIVES OF PEOPLE
Climate plays an important role in agriculture as well as the population that is involved in the farming business. Increased temperature, alteration with in frequency, intensities of rainfall, and severe weather patterns as well as a rise within the available amount of CO2 for plant growth are the most important climate characteristics predicted to have on agricultural production. The study explores different studies and papers on climate change-agricultural relationships. In general, for developing nations, since they largely depend on agricultural practices as lives and health and the lack of adaptive facilities compared with developed nations, the bilateral ties between changing climate and farming are of significant importance. Climate change (CC) has a direct dependence on climatic conditions affecting agricultural practices. The atmosphere is affected by greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution (e.g., nitrous, methane and carbon dioxide oxide). Such pollutants are directly caused by the use of fossil energy, labor, fertilized land and animal waste insignificant percentage. By taking broad-based adaptation and mitigation measures, agriculture may be a response to climate change. This is done through best practices like organic agriculture, agroforestry and manure disposal, and many others. The current study will help the reader to get a better understanding of the changes in climate and its effects on agriculture as well it also suggests recommendations to reduce the effects of climate changes.
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