International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Research Paper | Environmental Science Studies | India | Volume 12 Issue 3, March 2023 | Rating: 4.6 / 10

Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture Productivity

Nouraldin Almahdi Ibrahim Basha [3]

Abstract: An Environment is everything that is around us, which includes both living and nonliving things such as soil, water, animals and plants, which adapt themselves to their surroundings. It is nature?s gift that helps in nourishing life on Earth. Agriculture is strongly in?uenced by weather and cli-mate. Agriculture production is dependent on climatic and weather conditions but now-days increasing in temperature, precipitation, Climate change is a global threat to the food and nutritional security of the world. As greenhouse-gas emissions in the atmosphere are increasing, the temperature is also rising due to the greenhouse effect. The average global temperature is increasing continuously and is predicted to rise by 2 ?C until 2100, which would cause substantial economic losses at the global level. CO2 concentration directly affects crop production. The CO2 concentration is rising at a rate of 1.8 to 2.2 ppm per year average but CO2 concentration rising rate might be varies as per country to country in North Africa zone. Decline in rainfall of 1.10 percent and 7.0 percent in 2050, of 11.0 percent and 7.6 percent in year 2100 and 3-4 degrees Celsius temperatures are increased by the end of the 21st century should be observed in North Africa. Increasing in 10C in temperature reduces wheat production by 4 to 5 percent. The dependence of some regional agriculture on remote rainfall, snowmelt and glaciers adds to the complexity. Indirect impacts via sea-level rise, storms and diseases have not been quanti?ed. Per-haps most seriously, there is high uncertainty in the extent to which the direct effects of CO2 rise on plant physiology will interact with climate change in affecting productivity. At present, the aggregate impacts of climate change on global-scale agricultural productivity cannot be reliably quanti?ed. In this research paper, we are analyzing the impact of climate change, global warming, CO2 in Agriculture area.

Keywords: Climate change; climate-smart agriculture; food security; climate impacts, economics, greenhouse

Edition: Volume 12 Issue 3, March 2023,

Pages: 601 - 604

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