Climate Change, Agriculture, and Poverty
Thomas Hertel () and
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 2010, vol. 32, issue 3, 355-385
Even though much has been written about climate change and poverty as distinct and complex problems, the link between them has received little attention. Understanding this link is vital for the formulation of effective policy responses to climate change. In this article the authors focus on agriculture as a primary means by which the impacts of climate change are transmitted to the poor and as a sector at the forefront of climate change mitigation efforts in developing countries. In so doing, they offer some important insights that may help shape future policies as well as ongoing research in this area.
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