Climate Change: Impacts And Adaptation For Agriculture In Altai Territory

Abstract

The general stages of the adaptation process to the consequences of climate change make it possible to determine the vulnerability of regional agricultural producers. Altai Territory is considered as one of the typical agro-industrial regions of Russia. The importance of agriculture for the economy of the region under consideration and a significant degree of dependence of the sector on natural and climatic conditions have been substantiated. The territory of the region is responsive to the effects of global climate change; the average temperature has a long-term upward trend. Taking into account the existing trends, recommendations aimed at adapting regional agriculture to climate change seem to be relevant. The development of the basic recommendations is based on the period of their implementation. Within the framework of the short-term and long-term periods, the levels of implementation of specific measures for agricultural producers to the consequences of global climate change have been determined. The main directions of adaptation that require state support are also noted: insurance of risks with state participation, monitoring and assessment of agricultural adaptation, institutional measures, investments in research, international cooperation. It is assumed that the recommendations will allow agricultural producers to reduce the damage caused by the consequences of global climate change.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.287

Online ISSN

2357-1330