Climate Changes in Context with Agriculture Essay

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Executive Summary : This management report discusses about Climatic change and how it affects the world business in the 21st century. A critical detailed analysis of how Climatic changes affect Agriculture in the United States of America and effects of climatic changes on few sectors such as construction, agriculture and electric utilities are highlighted. This report discusses how climatic changes can affect the crops, soil and water. Detailed Pestle Analysis is carried out in order to understand the external environment for the agricultural sector. The current trends of adaptation strategy and extreme events is discussed to analyse the internal environment of the business followed by Inadequacies of Economic Efficiency in USA is explained. This Report recommends that all the stakeholders should be ready to make decisions regarding uncertain events and this will lead to sustainable agriculture in the future. Introduction The world’s climate is changing, and the changes will have an enormous impact on our planet’s people, ecosystems, cities, and energy use. Average global air temperatures are already 1.4 degrees higher than they were at the start of the 20th century, and have risen about 1.1 degree F over just the last 30 years. According to the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), average global temperatures are likely to rise by another 2 to 11.5 degrees F by 2100. If we take aggressive action to reduce emissions, the temperature change could be modest. If we continue on our present course, however, the amount of change will be substantial. Most experts agree that the changes are anthropogenic — caused by humans — largely from human emissions of greenhouse gases that are the result of burning fossil fuels. The chief greenhouse gas is carbon dioxide and CO2 levels are at their highest in 650,000 years. The U.S.
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