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Wheat: Challenges and opportunities in combating climate change
Miyuki Yanagi
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2024 Volume 3 Pages 21-25


This paper examines the multifaceted challenges confronting agricultural sustainability, emphasizing the delicate equilibrium required for managing soil and water resources, biodiversity conservation, and climate change mitigation. Addressing these challenges demands a profound understanding of soil quality, water resource efficiency, biodiversity preservation, and adaptive strategies to cope with climate variability. This paper delves into specific challenges faced by agricultural sustainability, including soil erosion, water scarcity, loss of biodiversity, and the direct and indirect impacts of climate change. Subsequently, it explores adaptive practices in wheat agriculture, elucidating strategies such as genetic adaptability, water-saving technologies, soil health improvement, and the utilization of meteorological information and agricultural technology. Additionally, the role of international cooperation in addressing the challenges of climate change is examined, encompassing global climate governance, climate financing, technology transfer, and regional cooperation.

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