Providing food security to over 1.3 billion people is not an easy task and climate change has added to the enormity of India’s food security challenges. Moreover, in these uncertain times of changing climatic conditions and ever-emerging health crises such as the current coronavirus pandemic,
Climate change has already altered many natural phenomena that are important for sustaining life on earth, including changes in rainfall patterns and the duration of seasons. A recent study has discovered that climate change could devastatingly alter the tropical rain belt shifts, which can cause
Hunger and starvation across the world have ravaged mankind since the beginning. Half of the human population still suffers from it; over 820 million people are in the grasp of this debilitating crisis, with millions more under its threat owing to the current coronavirus pandemic.