Crop and livestock production, fish farming, fisheries, and forestry for both food and non-food products are all included in the agriculture ecosystem. Climate change hurts the agricultural ecosystem, contributing significantly to pests and blights, population
shifts, and changes in biodiversity. Biological changes such as altered flowering and harvesting seasons, quality changes, and shifting of cultivable areas reveal the effects of climate change on the agricultural and livestock sectors.
No industry is more climate sensitive. Climate change harms agricultural and food production in developing countries, particularly in those that are already climate vulnerable (extremely dry, floods, and cyclones), have low incomes, and have an increased rate of hunger and poverty.