Preserving Biodiversity

Climate Change

The Convention on Biological Diversity has confirmed that climate change and biodiversity do impact each other.  A minute change in global temperature impacts agriculture and that translates to lower levels of available food for herd animals and humans. Crops grown in marginal soil will produce even less. Much of the Near-East  has barely sustainable land because of the aridity of the area. Unless diverse use of pesticides and fertilizers, crop rotation or mixed farming takes place to reduce the impact of climate change, we are at risk of lower food availability.