Global Advanced Research Journal of Agricultural Science (GARJAS) ISSN: 2315-5094
October 2019 Vol. 8(10): pp. 286-299
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Planet Agriculture: Global Commons Natural resources, Climate change, Models & Vision to Feed Hungry Planet

M.B. Dastagiri and L. Bhavigna 

 

1Principal Scientist, ICAR-National Academy of Agricultural Research Management, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad-500030. India.

2Young Professional, ICAR-NAARM, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad-500030. 

*Corresponding Author's Email: dgiri_mb@yahoo.co.in

Accepted 24 November, 2019

 

Abstract

Natural resources depletion and Climate change impact on the planet could conceivably lead to human extinction. Demographer’s projects that increasing population and consumption are placing record demands on agriculture and natural resources. Globally, food security is major concern. The study researches dynamics of natural resources, climate change and vision to feed hungry planet. The land available for cultivation is 11.6% only. Developing countries using more water to agriculture whereas developed countries to Industry. Agriculture intensification and deforestation have serious environmental impacts. The major sources of pollutants are industrial waste, illegal dumping of solid waste and poor agricultural practices. World population would require 70% increase in overall production by 2050. The planet vision is food for growth, food for peace, food for planet, food for health and food for economic opportunities. Climate change effects oxygen depression, ice melts, global warming, floods, droughts, extinction of animals, plants, birds and biodiversity. Researchers need to estimate the exchange ratio of oxygen and Co2 between plants and animals, birds, humans then how to bring more area under agriculture is the future step to solve planet environment safety. The study suggest strategies for planet agriculture are; satellite farming, geo-intelligence, climate smart agriculture, factory farming, organic farming, digital technologies.

Keywords:  Planet, agriculture, environment, food security, models, vision.

 

 

 

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