Climatic changes reducing food production in Asia

Climatic changes reducing food production in Asia
Warnning reported that the climate changes taking place in the world today that can severely affect food production in the Pacific region, which can lead to increased rates of hunger and malnutrition in this region. The report issued in the Philippine capital Manila urged countries in the Asia to increase food production, especially of crops resistant to climate changes such as taro, sweet potato, cassava and the use of new technologies to improve traditional production systems.
The Pacific region is already facing crisis of coastal erosion and flooding, drought and strong winds as a result of climate change. High temperatures and swelling tide as a result of climate change could reduce the food supply in the Pacific.
With more than 10 million people in the region, this means there is a risk we can not ignore. It must increase investments in agricultural research and development as well as training in areas such as plant breeding and management of resources. Communities need to work together to find better ways to accommodate the changes required and the agricultural States to work together and with regional organizations. The report also noted that improved coastal fisheries management systems can also be a means of improving food security in the region. The report pointed out that agricultural productivity in the Pacific region declined during the past 45 years despite population growth.
Climate changes have occurred as a result of excess production of carbon dioxide due to human activities, as well as due to reduction of the consumers of this gas is definitely unfair to the forest and must for a solution that passes through these two axes and the best solution is to fight deserts and converted to agricultural land rainforest by planting its coast and the introduction of humid air masses coming from the sea to it to fall after the rain