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Livestock and climate change impacts in the developing world

Reynolds, C. ORCID:, Crompton, L. and Mills, J. (2010) Livestock and climate change impacts in the developing world. Outlook on Agriculture, 39 (4). pp. 245-248. ISSN 0030-7270

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Livestock farming is one of the most important sectors in agriculture both economically and socially. In the developing world, livestock is crucial to generating livelihoods and food security for some one billion of the world's poorest people. The demand for livestock products is growing as diets change and the world population increases, mainly in the developing world. Climate change only adds to the challenge facing the world's most disadvantaged people. It impacts on livestock production systems and in turn livestock farming impacts on climate change. This paper reviews the complex interaction between livestock production and climate change and proposes strategies that could be used to help sustain livestock as a key feature of rural livelihoods in the developing world.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Agriculture, Policy and Development > Department of Animal Sciences > Animal, Dairy and Food Chain Sciences (ADFCS)- DO NOT USE
Interdisciplinary centres and themes > Food Chain and Health
Interdisciplinary centres and themes > Centre for Food Security
ID Code:17052
Publisher:IP Publishing

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