I know very well that I am not the first to talk about what is going on in that topic, but I will resort to the splendor of the statement and the eloquence of speaking about what is going on inside me and towards this topic specifically, as this topic has more importance in life.
Agriculture affects and is affected by climate change both. I know that no other sector is more climate sensitive than agriculture. Agricultural production and food production in developing countries will be negatively affected by climate change, especially in countries already vulnerable to climate variability (droughts, floods, cyclones) experiencing low incomes and widespread hunger and poverty.
I know that although adaptation of the agricultural sector to climate change will be costly, it is essential to achieve food security, alleviate poverty and maintain services.
I think it will be necessary
Reducing greenhouse gases emitted from agriculture and eliminating them (mitigating them) in the event of the success of global efforts to mitigate the effects of climate change, God willing.
How does climate change affect the agricultural sector?
Agriculture and forests are, by nature, sinks of carbon. They are currently contributing, and I think they can contribute to a greater extent in the future, to mitigate climate change by acting as carbon sinks and their ability to conserve carbon stocks
And to increase this stock.
As far as I know, while climate change brings new challenges to food production and agricultural production, bioenergy brings other challenges.
On the demand side, as it has become the largest source of new demand for goods
basic agricultural in recent years.
The interrelated challenges of achieving food security, adapting to and mitigating climate change, and meeting the increasing demand for energy cannot be addressed separately.
The current momentum to invest in improved agricultural technologies to achieve food security and energy saving targets presents a unique opportunity to integrate climate change mitigation and adaptation into the mainstream of agricultural work.
What are the consequences of climate change and fossil fuels on food security in different countries?
The average surface temperature of the Earth is expected to rise. The actual increase in temperature will depend on the success in reducing emissions.
Climate change will affect in many ways (sometimes positive) agricultural and forest systems through higher temperatures, higher concentrations of carbon dioxide, changes in precipitation, increase in weeds, pest and disease stresses.
Climate change will negatively affect food security in developing countries and I believe that these countries will depend on their food through food imports and will lead to a decrease in agricultural production.
What are the methods of mitigating the effects of climate and how to adapt to it?
Mitigating the effects of climate change
And adapting to it, agriculture has contributed at the present time by about 14 percent
percent of all greenhouse gas emissions, yet it is not impossible to work to reduce these emissions
Many climate change mitigation options have co-benefits for both food security and climate adaptation through:
I believe it is possible to sequester carbon in soil through improved land and livestock management, forestry initiatives, a combination of agriculture and surgery, and soil cultivation treatments/improving the nutrient management and restoration efficiency of degraded lands.
Yet agriculture has remained largely a marginal issue in the climate change negotiations.
Expansion in the production of biofuels: From a scientific point of view, the production of biofuels from basic agricultural commodities has increased rapidly in recent years, and it is expected that this increase will continue in the future, and this is mainly due to the policies of support measures and quotas in developed countries, which in turn are due to the careful on mitigation.
What are the effects of climate change by reducing or offsetting greenhouse gas emissions, enhancing energy security by reducing dependence on oil imports, and supporting farmers by increasing demand for the crops they produce. What is the impact on food security?
Climate change and the development of bioenergy production will affect food security in its four dimensions
Availability, access, stability and use of food supplies.
Availability of food supply: The impact of climate change on food production may be on a scale however it is expected
Globally small, severe declines were observed in regions already experiencing food insecurity. Developing countries could see a decline in total potential agricultural productivity as a result of global warming. Although increased atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations are expected to have a positive effect on the yield of many crops, the nutritional quality of agricultural products may not increase in line with higher yields.
In conclusion I want to say that if I give free rein to my thoughts on this topic, I need more and more pages, and I hope that I have succeeded in presenting the topic in an interesting way.
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