• Manashree Mane


Thanks to a multitude of environmental stressors and poor adaptation ability the African continent is most vulnerable to climate change. Climate change stresses agriculture through rising temperatures and shifting patterns of precipitation, as well as increased soil instability, climate variability, pests and crop disease, and increased atmospheric carbon dioxide. Numerous strategies are being taken to increase these underserved famers ' potential for adaptation. Education on farming practices, food storage and preparation can be important steps in improving food safety. Educational programs are a method for educating farmers about the stressors of climate change and how they impact farming practices and food safety. Small, compact greenhouse solutions work to alleviate some of the effects of climate change and provide strategies for smallholder farmers to adjust to climate change.Greenhouses could not reverse climate change but are well suited to enhancing agricultural sector adaptive ability in developing nations. This article looks at sustainable greenhouses and their role in mitigating the effect of climate change on small holder farmers.