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Agriculture is most vulnerable to climate change. Climate change’s negative impacts are already being felt, in the form of increasing temperatures, weather variability, shifting agroecosystem boundaries, invasive crops and pests, and more frequent extreme weather events. On farms, climate change is reducing crop yields, the nutritional quality of major cereals, and lowering livestock productivity.
Agriculture is a major part of the climate problem. It currently generates 19–29% of total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.