Recent Progress in Agriculture Biotechnology In The Light Of Climate Change

  • Dr Ashok Yadav


Climate change is the major concern of the 21st century and can affect many parts of the world in particular agricultural ecosystems. Tropical regions, or poor nations, are more affected than temperate ones by higher temperature variations and regime transitions. Addition, although mild warming improves crops in mid and high latitudes, even moderate warming reduces the yields in the low latitudes in the seasonally dry areas. There are so many problems that remain a difficult issue with how to avoid and fight climate change. In developing countries which are densely populated and prone to droughts, food insecurity may be particularly widespread. Total global food production capacity is anticipated to increase if the average region's temperature increases from 1 to 3°C (however it will drop with a rise in temperature), but the world's food safety is under threat from harsh weather and socioeconomic challenges. It is noteworthy that thorough national study and does not take potential adaption techniques into consideration the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's grim forecasts of low latitude agricultural production. On the other hand, the impact on food safety is important. Food safety in all four dimensions is affected (production, food commerce, food supply stability, food access, and food usage). In future study focus upon climate change will increase and exacerbate the burden for impoverished countries already struggling with severe food shortages.