Diagnosis of the current state of conservation agriculture in Morocco and economic review
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Rachid Moussadek, Mina Devkota Wasti, Vinay Nangia. (30/6/2021). Diagnosis of the current state of conservation agriculture in Morocco and economic review.
Morocco, as all North African countries, is highly vulnerable to the consequences of climate change because of its strong exposure to increases in temperature, changes in freshwater availability, and population growth. Agriculture production is sensitive to changing climatic conditions across northern Africa, and any change in agriculture production is highly linked with national economies as national economy is strongly depends on agriculture or livestock (around 20% of GDP). Due to the already existing water scarcity and this strong dependence on rainfed agriculture, there is additional vulnerability, further exacerbated by an adaptive capacity that is limited by poverty and political instability.
Devkota Wasti, Minahttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-2348-4816