Global food supply will depend on how well agriculture adopts to climate change. The apparent impacts of the global climate change in India include erratic monsoon, high intensity floods, increased frequency of draughts, decreasing crop yields among others.
State Water Resources Agency
Worldwide agriculture contributes about 14% of greenhouse gas emissions with land use change and forest adding another 19%. There is growing recognition that agriculture is already affecting, and being affected by climate change. Future global food supply will depend on how well agriculture adopts to climate change.