Building resilience to climate change induced extreme weather events through agriculture with a focus on the system of rice intensification

Tavseef M. Shah & Ralf Otterpohl
The temperate Himalayan valley of Kashmir is certainly not out of the sphere of influence of climate change induced irregular and extreme weather events. The effects of climate change have become more evident in recent years with drier winters and prolonged dry spells during the agricultural season, when rains are most needed for the crops. The catastrophic floods of September 2014, which led to complete destruction of the harvest-ready crops (mostly rice paddies) is fresh...
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