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Title Climate change and resilient food systems : issues, challenges, and way forward / edited by Vinaya Kumar Hebsale Mallappa, Mahantesh Shirur
Imprint Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2021
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Descript 1 online resource (xix, 414 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Note Chapter 1. Building a Resilient Food System: Challenges and A Way Forward -- Chapter 2. From an Empty- Plate Lunch to Silk -Stocking Dinner; Some Futuristic Approaches in Agriculture -- Chapter 3. Climate Change and Food Systems: Implications on Food Security -- Chapter 4. Resilient Measures in Face of Climate Change to Strengthen Food and Nutritional Security -- Chapter 5. Climate Smart Agriculture: An Integrated Approach for Attaining Agricultural Sustainability -- Chapter 6. Climate Change and its Impact on Rice Productivity and Quality -- Chapter 7. Changing the Way We Produce Food: An Overview of the Current Agricultural Food Production Industry and Worldwide Trends for Sustainable Production -- Chapter 8. Climate Change, Soil Erosion Risks and Nutritional Security -- Chapter 9. Minimizing Weather Related Risks in Agriculture Through Agromet Advisory Services in India -- Chapter 10. Farmers-Led Adaptation Strategies to Climate Change For Sustaining Coastal Agriculture in Sundarbans Region of India -- Chapter 11. Using Beneficial Microorganisms to Promote Sustainable Crop Production and Resilience of Smallholder Agroecosystems to Changing Climate -- Chapter 12. Sustainable Production of Edible and MedicinalMushrooms: Implications on Mushroom Consumption -- Chapter 13. Climate Resilient Vegetable Farming - Approaches for Sustainable Development -- Chapter 14. Integrating Local Knowledge in the Climate Services for Resilience: A Case of "Haiyan" Fishers -- Chapter 15. Climate Resilient Livestock Farming to Ensure Food and Nutritional Security -- Chapter 16. Climate Change and Food Security; Two Parallel Concerns
This book provides insights on innovative strategies to build resilient food systems in the wake of challenges posed by climate change. Providing food security to the growing population especially in developing countries without exacerbating the environment is a major challenge. Climate change is expected to reduce agricultural productivity, leading to a decline in overall food availability and significantly increasing the number of malnourished children in developing countries. Interventions for enhancing the adaptive capacity of farmers especially of small holders needs immediate impetus. The policy formulation and development programs must reorient in the wake of the new expectations and deliverables. This book comprises of sixteen chapters that discuss the trends in global agriculture development and food system. The book highlights different aspects of household food and nutritional security. The chapters covering diverse aspects address food system, rural and urban food chain, factors affecting their sustainability and short and long term solutions to make them climate resilient. Important issues having significant implications on climate change such as Waste management, Value chain, Agri-marketing, etc. are also covered. The book would be an important resource for researchers in food science, environmental sciences and agriculture. It would also be beneficial for students and future scientists working on sustainable agriculture and food security
Host Item Springer Nature eBook
Subject Food security -- Climatic factors
Sustainable agriculture
Climatic changes
Food supply
Crops and climate
Agriculture
Plant Ecology
Climate Change
Food Science
Nutrition
Alt Author Hebsale Mallappa, Vinaya Kumar, editor
Shirur, Mahantesh, editor
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