Increased Uncertainty in Agriculture

Recent survey in the year of 2017 has reported that the changes in weather leads to have a intense effect on the agriculture which leads to 1.5 percent loss in India’s GDP. This loss or impact is due to the acute climatic conditions that mainly affects the three aspects of the food security: Possibility, Approach and Consumption. Every year the change in weather conditions have 4 to 9 percent  effect on agriculture. Higher changes in CO2 levels for some crops helps in  increased growth while in case of some crops it reduce the Nutritional values of the crops and it may cause ill effects on food supply.

  • Track 1-1 Consequence in Food Quality and Sources
  • Track 2-2 Agroecology
  • Track 3-3 Crop Biodiversity
  • Track 4-4 Economic Consequences

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