Food Security and Climate Change – eBook

eBook details

  • Authors: Shyam Sing Yadev, Robert J. Redden, Jerry L. Hatfield, Andreas W. Ebert, Danny Hunter
  • File Size: 10 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Length: 568 pages
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
  • Publishing Date: February 26, 2019
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1119180643, 1119180635, 1119180651, 111918066X
  • ISBN-13: 9781119180647, 9781119180630, 9781119180654, 9781119180661

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This ebook Food Security and Climate Change (PDF) takes a look at the existing state of food security and climate change, talks about the problems that are impacting them, and the actions needed to make sure there will suffice food for everybody the future. By casting a much broader net than the majority of formerly released ebooks—to consist of choose methods, unique methods, genes from crop varied hereditary resources or loved ones—it demonstrates how farming might still have the ability to accomplishment over the extremely genuine risk of climate change.

Food Security and Climate Change incorporates different difficulties postured by altering climate, sustainability in crop efficiency, increasing population, need for food grains to sustain food security, and the expected future requirement for healthy quality foods. It takes a look at specific aspects arising from climate change, consisting of increasing carbon emission levels, increasing temperature level, interruptions in rains patterns, dry spell, and their combined influence on planting environments, production, crop adjustment, and management. The function of plant hereditary resources, reproducing innovations of crops, biotechnologies, and incorporated farm management and agronomic great practices are consisted of and show the significance of food grain production in attaining food security throughout climate change.

Food Security and Climate Change is an exceptional ebook for researchers, trainees, scientists, and policymakers associated with farming science and innovation, in addition to those interested in the results of climate change on our environment and the food market.


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