Climate and Sustainable Food Security
Keywords:Agricultural production, Livelihood, Global climate change, Climate management, India
Agriculture is the world's largest solar energy harvesting enterprise. In the Indian context, the last few decades have witnessed unprecedented growth in agricultural production largely due to productivity improvement. However, the gap between potential yield and farmers fields is still high. This paper highlights the various socioeconomic issues that dominate the variability in agricultural production at the field level. Monsoon management of agriculture and human livelihoods has been a traditional experience in India. However, in the current context of wide spread concerns about global climatic change there is a need to translate climatic information into practical tools for the development and sustainment of agriculture. This paper makes a case for the development of a suitable strategy for climate management, in the context of the unique socio-economic structure of the country.
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