Climate change is wreaking havoc on our food supply. Rising temperatures, changing precipitation patterns, and extreme weather events are making it harder for farmers to grow crops and raise livestock. This is leading to food shortages, higher prices, and increased hunger.
But there is hope. We can mitigate the effects of climate change on agriculture by adopting climate-smart practices. These practices include planting drought-resistant crops, using water more efficiently, and reducing our reliance on synthetic fertilizers.