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India a case study in Eastern Uttar Pradesh
 

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    • Agriculture, Climate and Eastern Uttar Pradesh
      • Leading in Agriculture Production
      • 34.8% of state income (aprox.)
      • Largest employment source
      • 66% of total workers
      • Direct employment to 35.5million population
      • Small-Marginal-Landless Farmers : More than 90%
      • 70 percent land under problem
      • 2,50,000 ha gone for non-agri purposes in last 10 years
      Agriculture- Climate Largely weather dependent
    • Climate Change
      • Change in volume, time and pattern of rainfall
      • Flash and Accidental floods
      • Increasing dry spells during monsoon
      • Increasing Humidity and temperature variation
      • Hot winds during winters
      • Increasing water logging periods
    • Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture
      • Production and Livelihood
      • Food Insecurity
      • Decreasing bio-diversity
      • Increasing Migration
      • Fodder and Livestock, Pasture Land
      • Gender Issues
    • Climate Change in U.P.- Case of Rohin Basin Rainfall patterns Flood Area : 8.28 8.7 9.05 116.61 19.47 December 1.8 1.46 1.76 1.21 8.38 November 23.59 20.08 26.74 36.09 86.9 October 292.59 364.59 353.27 346.54 321.58 September 500.5 504.58 503.48 503.08 476.05 August 604.46 568.01 511.56 568.56 648.29 July 470.72 389.39 410.33 410.21 366.55 June 188.08 81.95 152.99 86.56 127.09 May 3.88 4.15 3.93 3.78 40.76 April 3.17 6.26 4.87 2.88 20.97 March 6.23 6.3 6.37 5.9 16.01 February 6.98 8.21 4.98 8.57 18.2 January BIR4 BIR3 A2R5 A2R1 Historic
    • Approach Adaptive Capacities Indigenous Knowledge Scientific Know how Agriculture & Livelihood Sustainability
    • Agricultural Adaptation Efforts towards Disaster Risk Reduction Crop Management: Time Management June - August August - October December - June Preparedness/ Preventive Living with Floods Recovery Rehabitative Preponing Crops With standing Crops Postponing Crops Paddy (Turanta, Satha, N-97, Radh-4, Bangalia-10) Maize, Watermelon, Lady finger Pointed guard Paddy (Sengar, Jal Lahri, Jalhar+15 deep rooted) Guava, Arjun, Bamboo, Cane Trapa, Lotus Paddy (Boro, Chainiya, Etc. Barseem, Mustard, Coriander, Auricle pea
    • Crop Management: Space Management
    • Resource Flow
    • Alternate Extension System Community Efforts Drainage Improvement Road Elevation
    • Self-Managed Institutions helping people to adapt
    • Efforts of Adaptation
    • Other Efforts
      • Cost Benefit Analysis of Floods/ Drought
      • Policy Research on Climate Change and
      • Adaptation
      • Disaster Risk Reduction Programme
      • Enhancing Livelihoods in Floods
      • Food Security and Climate Change
      • Documentation of indigenous knowledge
      • in floods and Drought
      • Climate Change and Urban Resilience (ACCCRN)
      • R & D for developing appropriate crop varieties
      • Synergy of technical know how and local wisdom
      • Space for more local innovations
      • Providing capacity support and opportunities of developing
      • farmer trainers and farmer to farmer sharing and extension.
      • Involvement of women farmers in all the aspects of adaptive
      • agriculture
      Policy Implications
    • Thanks!