Community Perception on Climate Change: The Perspectives of Food Security and Livelihood

S Acharya, M Adhikary, S Sarkar, A Biswas
Journal of Agricultural Engineering and Food Technology   unpublished
The brunt of climate change is well discernible to everyone; the perception to climate change has been differential based on the occupation, education, ecology, surrounding and mobility of a person, group or community. By the term climate change we mean and understand the change in meteorological parameters over times, in term of both eventualities and predictabilities.. The agricultural sectors are going to be the worst hit economy and sociology in India and all over the world. The impact of
more » ... man health especially for the farmers who are destined to work under scorching sun and torrential rain is going to be harsh and results into increased health hazards and diseases. The study includes
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