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Climate change and agriculture worldwide / Emmanuel Torquebiau, editor ; translated by David Manley and Paul Cowan
Disponible en línea: Climate change and agriculture worldwide.
Torquebiau, Emmanuel (ed.) ; Manley, David (tr.) ; Cowan, Paul (cotr.) ;
New York, New York, United States : Éditions Quæ :: Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg , c2016
Clasificación: 632.1 / C5
Bibliotecas: San Cristóbal
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SIBE San Cristóbal
ECO010018783 (Disponible)
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In recent years, especially with the approach of the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris in late 2015, the number of publications, conferences and meetings on climate change has been growing exponentially. Yet uncertainties remain concerning rural tropical areas where models are forecasting the onset of multiple disorders and trends are unclear. Meanwhile, the impact of climate change on the poorest communities is regularly documented, often prompting alarmist reactions. How can food security be achieved while adapting to and mitigating climate change? What are the main threats to agriculture in developing countries? How do farmers in these countries cope with the threats? What does agricultural research propose? What options have yet to be investigated? A broad scope of scientific research is underway to address these challenges. Diverse solutions are available, including new agricultural practices, water management, agricultural waste recycling, diagnosis of emerging diseases, payment for ecosystem services, etc. Gaining insight into the financial and political mechanisms that underlie international climate negotiations is also essential to design practical ways to deal with climate issues and meet sustainable development requirements in collaboration with farmers. This book pools the wealth of experience of dozens of researchers and development officers from a range of disciplines. We have focused on making it detailed, accurate and hopefully easy to read for researchers, students and all other informed readers.

Índice

1 How Climate Change Reshuffles the Cards for Agriculture
Part I Coping with Climate Change
2 Hazards, Vulnerability and Risk
3 Rice Adaptation Strategies in Response to Heat Stress at Flowering
4 Adaptation to Salinity
5 Enhanced Drought Adaptation in African Savanna Crops
6 Tropical Crop Pests and Diseases in a Climate Change Setting—A Few Examples
7 Healthy Tropical Plants to Mitigate the Impact of Climate Change—As Exemplified in Coffee
8 Climate Change and Vector-Borne Diseases
9 Relationships Between Tropical Annual Cropping Systems and Climate Change
Part II Seeking Novel Practices
10 Livestock Farming Constraints in Developing Countries— From Adaptation to Mitigation in Ruminant Production Systems
11 Climate-Smart Farms? Case Studies in Burkina Faso and Colombia
12 Joint Management of Water Resources in Response to Climate Change Disruptions
13 Agricultural Organic Waste Recycling to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
14 Will Tropical Rainforests Survive Climate Change?
15 Adaptation and Mitigation in Tropical Tree Plantations
16 Coffee and Cocoa Production in Agroforestry—A Climate-Smart Agriculture Model
Part III Stimulating Change
17 Impact of Climate Change on Food Consumption and Nutrition
18 The One Health Concept to Dovetail Health and Climate Change Policies
19 Impact of Climate Change on Ecosystem Services
20 Life Cycle Assessment to Understand Agriculture-Climate Change Linkages
21 Payment for Environmental Services in Climate Change Policies
22 Tackling the Climate Change Challenge: What Roles for Certification and Ecolabels?
23 Climate Policy Assessment on Global and National Scales
Part IV Looking Ahead
24 What About Climate-Smart Agriculture?
25 Climate-Smart Agriculture and International Climate Change Negotiation Forums
26 New Research Perspectives to Address Climate Challenges Facing Agriculture Worldwide