Climate change impacts sustainable agriculture

Climate change affects agriculture with extreme events and rise in average temperature. Reports dated 2019 say that due to climate change, the decline in global crop production is likely to be 2%-6% by decade.
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Nature and Context

The nature of agriculture and farming practices in any particular location are strongly influenced by the long-term mean climate state—the experience and infrastructure of local farming communities are generally appropriate to particular types of farming and to a particular group of crops which are known to be productive under the current climate. Changes in the mean climate away from current states may require adjustments to current practices in order to maintain productivity, and in some cases the optimum type of farming may change. This shift in adaptability will be necessary in all sectors, crop types, plant resilience, technology, and land management practices.

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