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Rapid Communication - Journal of Agricultural Science and Botany (2022) Volume 6, Issue 12

Consequences of climate change on crop production

Future food insecurity is projected to be significantly exacerbated by climate change, which will raise food prices and decrease food output. As energy prices rise as a result of attempts to combat climate change, food may become more expensive. Due to drought and rising crop water demand, the amount of water needed for food production may become more scarce. As some regions become climatically unsuited for production, competition for land may increase. Extreme weather events linked to climate change may also cause abrupt drops in agricultural productivity, which would result in sharp price increases.

Author(s): Mario Ezee*

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