Mapping agro-ecological impacts of climate change in India
India is the 13th most vulnerable country to climate change. Since more than 60 per cent of its agriculture is rainfed and it hosts 33 per cent of the world's poor, climate change will have significant impacts
on the food and nutritional security of the country. The Centre for Science and Environment recently released a comprehensive book—
that maps climate change impacts on various agro-ecological zones in India. The report also documents community initiatives to adapt to climate change.
extracts a series of maps from the book that captures climate change impacts
INFOGRAPHICS: RAJ KUMAR SINGH