By: Manjit S Kang(Editor), Surinder S Banga(Editor)
376 pages, 27 colour & 86 b/w illustrations, 42 tables
It is increasingly becoming apparent that climate change will affect all four dimensions of global food security: availability, accessibility, systems' stability, and utilization. This will likely adversely impact human health, livelihood assets, food production, and distribution channels, and alter purchasing power and market flows.
Both developed and developing countries will be impacted. However, agricultural losses are expected to hit developing countries hardest, as agriculture employs a substantial number of people and contributes greatly to economic growth. Combating Climate Change: An Agricultural Perspective addresses agriculture as abettor and sufferer; mitigation strategies; adaptation strategies, including agronomic and genetic interventions; and biodiversity.
Dynamics and Economic Imperatives of Climate Change
Intensive Agriculture and the Soil Carbon Pool
CO2 and Methane Emissions from Agriculture
Global Food Security
Eco-efficiency in Agro-ecosystems
Merging Physiological and Genetic Approaches
Genomic Perspective: Threats to Imperiled Native Agro-ecosystems and Food Security
Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources
Pathogens and Diseases
Pest Management Systems
WORLDCLIM and DIVA – Software for Modeling Current and Future Climates: An Example from Timor Leste
Revisiting 1727 – Little Ice Age and Birth of Trinitario Cacao
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