The Role of Agriculture in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

A special issue of Agriculture (ISSN 2077-0472). This special issue belongs to the section "Ecosystem, Environment and Climate Change in Agriculture".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 25 November 2024 | Viewed by 301

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Faculty of Agrobiotechnical Sciences Osijek, University of J.J.Strossmayer in Osijek, Vladimira Preloga 1, 31000 Osijek, Croatia
Interests: multidisciplinary approaches to study reduced and conserved soil tillage in relation to biological, physical, and chemical soil properties in conditions of climate change, developments/innovations of sustainable agricultural management/systems according to specific agroecological conditions, adaptation of crop production to climate change, agricultural productivity, soil conservation, and remediation; main fields of expertise, scientific interest, and most important research experience are in the areas of conservation soil tillage; sustainable soil/land management; climate change in agriculture.
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Faculty of Agrobiotechnical Sciences Osijek, University of J.J.Strossmayer in Osijek, Vladimira Preloga 1, 31000 Osijek, Croatia
Interests: plant-growth-promoting microorganisms (PGPM); microbial biomass; crop production; agroecology; applied microbiology in agriculture

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Our planet is home not only to humans, but to animals and plants too; however, today, we are all faced with global threats that have been caused exclusively by humans. Humankind impact our planet in every possible way, both positively and negatively. A threat we are all familiar with is climate change, which has many faces. Agriculture, a fundamental human activity that produces basic human needs and goods, is extremely vulnerable to the negative effects of climate change. The vulnerability of agricultural production refers not only to basic crop/food/feed production, but its widespread influence on every sector and activity, including social, economic, political, human health, etc. Increases in resource consumption, human population growth, and the application of unsustainable production practices are the factors causing unprecedented levels of human-induced environmental, land, and soil degradation.

Today, more than ever, the global community has the obligation to contribute at every level, local, regional, and global, to mitigate and adapt to the negative effects of climate change. Agriculture and climate change have a causally consequential relationship. The positive turning point lies in the full acceptance and application of sustainable land management and sustainable plant/crop production practices, respecting the specificum of every region.

Prof. Dr. Danijel Jug
Dr. Jurica Jović
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  • agricultural emission and resource depletion
  • remote sensing and modeling
  • risks/consequences/threats of climate extremes
  • biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • animal production challenges in climate change
  • climate smart agriculture
  • food security and food safety
  • conservation and restoration agriculture
  • agro-ecosystems resilience

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