Climate Change Adaptation Policy Guidelines for Agricultural Sector in Malaysia
Md. Mahmudul Alam (),
Chamhuri Siwar and
Abul Quasem Al-Amin
No 3snja, OSF Preprints from Center for Open Science
Climate Projection shows the impacts of climate change on agricultural sustainability and relevant livelihood sustainability is vulnerable in Malaysia. Here mitigation is necessary but adapting to future risk is more important for immediate and long term action relating to the larger number of stakeholders in local scale. Generally adaptation policy has different levels and approaches that related with different challenges. Several countries have already prepared their adaptation approaches in their own way. Malaysia is on the way to develop its adaptation policy for last couple of years. This paper focuses on few guidelines that need to examine carefully while determining the climatic change adaptation approach for agricultural sector in Malaysia.
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