The impact of climate change on Indian agriculture: Embracing sustainable practices
Patil AK, Vitnor SS, Korade SB, Dhonde AS and Pagire GS
Agriculture has long been the backbone of India's economy, providing a living for millions of people and ensuring the nation's food security. India is fortunate to have a vast and diversified geographic area, as well as a strong agricultural culture. Most of the population works in Agriculture business, which also significantly boosts the country's GDP, especially in rural areas. In addition to being essential to farmers' livelihoods, agriculture also keeps the general population alive by ensuring a consistent supply of food. On the other hand, a rise in greenhouse gas emissions has been caused by urbanization, population growth, and rapid industrialization. To address this issue, India has made great strides in developing and implementing policies and initiatives to reduce climate change effect. This article provides a comprehensive review of India's key projects, laws, and programs for reducing emissions, promoting renewable energy, and enhancing climate resilience. Through an examination of these actions and their outcomes, we aim to shed light on India's dedication to combating the global climate change.
How to cite this article:
Patil AK, Vitnor SS, Korade SB, Dhonde AS and Pagire GS. The impact of climate change on Indian agriculture: Embracing sustainable practices. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(10S): 556-560.