It finds that even at just 10C of warming, a negative impact for major crops like wheat, rice and corn would be seen. For India and China, the prediction is that the stress on staple wheat crop would increase negatively, affecting the overall food security of the continent.
Despite change in climate and its adverse impact on crops/animals, income to farmers should not decrease. It is essential to provide opportunities to farmers to have multiple source of income from agriculture, animal husbandry, fisheries- milch cattle and poultry. So when one fails, other supports. All this can be achieved through Climate Smart Agriculture.