Inundation & loss of Farm land due to increase in sea level. India has 7500 km long LOW coastline.
Climate Change and AGRICULTURE are interrelated processes, both of which take place on a global scale.
Global Warming is projected to have significant impacts on conditions affecting agriculture, including temperature, carbon dioxide, glacial run-off, precipitation and the interaction of these elements.
These conditions determine the carrying capacity of the biosphere to produce enough food for the human population and domesticated animals
Warming oceans are pushing fish toward the poles in search of cooler waters, according to a study that raises new concerns that climate change is robbing the tropics of a primary source of income and nutrition.
Scientists fear declining Arctic sea ice and warming waters may have caused an unprecedented mass migration of thousands of walrus from the ice floes to dry land along Alaska's coast.
Atmosphere, Soil & Sea Warming lead to Wind Warming Wind Warming will make cyclones, hurricanes & typhoons more violent, virulent, volatile & frequent. Wind will cause destruction agriculture and forests including uprooting of fruit bearing trees.
The above picture show a model how a cyclone is generated by the temperature difference and the wind flow caused by the warmth of the ocean .
Typhoons play a significant role in distributing the ocean's heat. Oceans which cover two-thirds of the planet's surface and absorbs massive amounts of heat from the atmosphere. Cyclones whip up the sea like the spinning steel blades of a food mixer
Urbanization is the physical growth of urban areas as a result of rural migration and even suburban concentration into cities, particularly the very large ones.
When India got her independence , the urban area was less than 34%. By 2050 it is predicted that 64.1% and 85.9% of the developing and developed world respectively will be urbanized.
Urbanization will lead to loss of huge chunk farmlands and villages losing their charm & natural beauty
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