Climate change risk assessment 2021

Climate change risk assessment 2021 was released by the London-based policy institute Chatham House to highlight threats posed by climate change ahead of this year’s UN Climate Change Conference (CoP26). The report pointed out the threats faced by the agriculture sector because of the climate crisis.
According to the new report, the average proportion of global cropland affected by severe drought will likely increase by a third by 2040 if the global GHG emission continue as usual. This will be a major challenge as the global food demand would increase exponentially because of the growing population.


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