Present and Future Prospects of Climate Change and Agricultural Productivity in Ethiopia: Review

Temesgen Gashaw


Global climate change is the hottest environmental issue today. It is not new phenomena, but the warming that is occurring today is unprecedented with respect to the rate of change. Future annual warming of the world is projected to increase in the coming decades. Agriculture is one of the most climate-sensitive industries, with outdoor production processes that depend on particular levels of temperature and precipitation. The Ethiopian economy is largely depends on rain-fed agriculture, which is highly sensitive to climate change and variability. Experiencing high temperature and rain fall variability is a common feature in the country. Therefore, this paper will give an over view on climate change and agricultural productivity in Ethiopia.

Keywords:  Climate change, agricultural productivity, Ethiopia


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