Climate change adaptation measures in the agricultural sector in Southeast Asia: A mini-review

S. Sha'Arani, N. S.A. Sabri, N. A. Hamdi, F. A. Riyadi

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By 2050, the human population will have risen massively, so the demand for food and agricultural field will be the greatest global challenge in the future. However, biodiversity is declining as it experiences the impacts of deforestation, river pollution, the release of greenhouse gases, and many more detrimental effects that include global warming - the long-term increase in the planet's temperature. The agricultural field is primarily dependent on climate and thus climate change could affect agriculture in various ways. The situation demands alternative approaches to overcome and concurrently maintain food security. Hence, this paper presents a review of the adaptation measures employed by the agricultural sector to address climate change. The focus is Southeast Asia as climate change has been progressively more threatening in this region. Several adaptive measures and gaps were discovered, as presented in this paper. The present review will be a viable resource for communities, especially local farming communities in Southeast Asia, which are facing a future of climate change.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012036
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2022
Event9th AUN/SEED-Net Regional Conference on Natural Disaster, RCND 2021 - Virtual, Online
Duration: 15 Dec 202116 Dec 2021


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