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Research.community cmu via YOUTUBE - DEC 2014 - Climate Change Impacts and Future of Rice. SEAMEO SEARCA via YOUTUBE 27/03/14 WeRise, a Decision Support Tool for Climate Change Adaptation in Rainfed Rice Areas. RFI 30/11/16 REPORTAGE AFRIQUE - Bénin: culture du riz et changements climatiques. Bienvenue !

RFI 30/11/16 REPORTAGE AFRIQUE - Bénin: culture du riz et changements climatiques

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Nous vous enverrons un lien pour créer un nouveau mot de passe {| moreInfoText |} International Journal of Plant Production - JANV 2017 - The Impact of Climate Change on Yield Potential of Maize across China. AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT 17/03/16 Climate change affecting land use in the Mekong Delta: Adaptation of rice-based cropping systems (CLUES) SMCN/2009/021. JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT - FEV 2017 - Utilisation of climate change adaptation strategies among rice farmers in three states of Nigeria. The phenomenon of climate change has negative impacts on rice production in Nigeria as it lowers rice output and reduces farmers’ income with a resultant depreciation in their livelihood.

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT - FEV 2017 - Utilisation of climate change adaptation strategies among rice farmers in three states of Nigeria

This accentuates the need for adaptation to climate change in order to reduce the growing dependency on rice importation, ensure food security as well as achieve a sustainable rice production system in Nigeria. The study therefore investigated the utilisation of climate change adaptation strategies among rice farmers in three states of Nigeria. Data were collected from 298 rice farmers using interview schedule in Ebonyi, Ekiti and Niger States on their personal and farm enterprise characteristics, knowledge and utilisation of Climate Change Adaptation Strategy (CCAS). Data obtained were analysed using descriptive and inferential tools such as percentages and analysis of variance (ANOVA).

Knowledge of CCAS was high (55.7%) among respondents while utilisation of CCAS was low (65.4%). Procedia Environmental Sciences Volume 33, 2016, The Effect of Temperature Rise to Rice Crop Yield in Indonesia uses Shierary Rice Model with Geographical Information System (GIS) Feature. INTERNATIONAL RICE RESEARCH INSTITUTE - 1995 - Modeling the Impact of Climate Change on Rice Production in Asia. ARSTECHNICA 09/01/17 Future rice yield losses due to climate change could be extreme. Rice is a staple food for more than half of the world’s population.

ARSTECHNICA 09/01/17 Future rice yield losses due to climate change could be extreme

Rice yields depend on numerous factors, such as agricultural practices, but they also depend on the temperature at which the crop is grown. Previous studies have shown that temperatures above rice's optimum physiological temperature can reduce crop yield. As a result, the International Food Policy Research Institute has stated that the effects of rising temperatures from climate change would likely reduce rice yield by 10 percent by 2050. This could have dramatic impacts across the world, as hunger and malnutrition are already significant problems. But little is known about the physiological mechanisms through which rice plants respond and adapt to climate change. Crop model predictions. UNI MUENCHEN_DE 10/08/16 Analysing the Impact of Climate Change on Rice Productivity in Pakistan. GRANTHAM RESEARCH INSTITUTE 24/11/16 Climate change perception and system of rice intensification (SRI) impact on dispersion and downside risk: a moment approximation approach.

SPRINGER 08/09/16 Impact of Climate Change on Regional Economies Through Fluctuations in Japan’s Rice Production: Using Dynamic Panel Data and Spatial CGE Models. The agriculture industry would be most affected by global warming-induced climate change.

SPRINGER 08/09/16 Impact of Climate Change on Regional Economies Through Fluctuations in Japan’s Rice Production: Using Dynamic Panel Data and Spatial CGE Models

Based on the assumption that only rice is affected by global warming, this study examines the impact of global warming on regional economies based on the spillover effects from other agricultural products and the industrial sector having an input–output relationship with agriculture. Our findings show that global warming-induced climate change has different impacts on each region, and it creates regional economic disparities. For example, global warming has a positive impact on regional economies in Hokkaido and Tohoku. In addition to increasing rice production, the gaps in rice prices in Kanto and the region west of Kanto will increase outflow, which in turn further increases production. Meanwhile, global warming will reduce production in Kanto and the region west of Kanto, and it will have a negative impact on regional economies. Keywords. NGO FORUM ON CAMBODIA - AOUT 2012 - The Impact of Climate Change on Rice Production in Cambodia.

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND - 2012 - Thèse en ligne : Impacts of climate change on rice production and farmers’ adaptation in Bangladesh. Sarker, Md.

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND - 2012 - Thèse en ligne : Impacts of climate change on rice production and farmers’ adaptation in Bangladesh

SUSTAINABILITY 14/07/16 Geographical Variation of Climate Change Impact on Rice Yield in the Rice-Cropping Areas of Northeast China during 1980–2008. CURRENT SCIENCE 10/01/17 Impact of projected climate change on rice (Oryza sativaL.) yield using CERES-rice model in different agroclimatic zones of India. Springerplus. 2016; 5(1): 1250. Climate change impacts on irrigated rice and wheat production in Gomti River basin of India: a case study. CLIMARICE - Sustaining rice production in a changing climate. The main emphasis of the ClimaRice project is to develop local ownership through active participation of stakeholders in the design, implementation and management of adaptation strategies to ensure the sustainability of rice production.

CLIMARICE - Sustaining rice production in a changing climate

ClimaRice project team members and embassy staff at the Nagarjuna Sagar Dam, Andhra Pradesh, India. The Project has partners from India, USA and Norway and is funded by the MFA/Norwegian Embassy in India. Farmer participation is a crucial part of the ClimaRice Project and the project team is constantly engaged in stakeholder discussions to frame the project research activities and achieve greater sustainability. Preparation and raising techniques of mat nursery being explained and demonstrated to farmers in Tamil Nadu. The ClimaRice project emphasizes women's important role in agriculture and works with Self Help Groups to empower women through capacity building.

Project team interacting with farmers in Andhra Pradesh. East Asia Rice Working Group 2009 DOCUMENTATION OF SELECTED ADAPTATION STRATEGIES TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN RICE CULTIVATION. SPYGHANA 02/06/12 Ghana’s rice production will fall due to climate change – Experts. Ghana is likely to experience a shortfall in rice production due to erratic rainfall and excessive heat.

SPYGHANA 02/06/12 Ghana’s rice production will fall due to climate change – Experts

The nation’s policy makers must therefore take mitigation and adaptation measures to ensure that the agriculture sector is not ravaged by the effects of climate change. Climate change watchers at a Media forum in Koforidua on Friday, who made this known, indicated that climate change brought about drought, floods as well as depletion of aquifers, which guarantee underground water. Mr Ronald Abrahams, of the Water Resources Commission (WRC), said while industrialised or developed countries used more water in their industrial production, poor countries including Ghana used more water for agricultural purposes. He said currently the world was faced with water crisis where groundwater over drafting was leading to diminished agricultural yields. CGIAR 13/04/12 Rapid climate change threatens Asia’s rice bowl. CONFEDERATION SUISSE - 2009 - CLIMATE CHANGE - The system of rice intensification - Case study – India.

Mitigating the impact of climate change on rice disease resistance in East Africa. American Economic Review, 99(2): 205–10. 2009 IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON RICE PRODUCTION IN THAILAND. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND FOOD SECURITY IN SOUTH ASIA 25/08/08 Présentation : Incidence and severity of rice. AGRISALON 05/04/12 Indispensable, le riz devra évoluer vers des variétés plus productives.

L'enjeu est de taille vu la croissance démographique: pour demeurer la clé de voûte de la sécurité alimentaire, la production de riz devra doubler à l'horizon 2030 alors que les scientifiques redoutent que cette céréale soit particulièrement affectée par le changement climatique.

AGRISALON 05/04/12 Indispensable, le riz devra évoluer vers des variétés plus productives

Aujourd'hui, les 155 millions d'hectares de rizières cultivées dans le monde, essentiellement en zone intertropicale, produisent environ 720 millions de tonnes de riz par an avec des rendements qui ne progressent quasiment plus. Les scientifiques misent beaucoup sur l'Afrique Selon ce dernier, l'une des premières pistes pourrait être de croiser les deux principales espèces de riz existantes pour créer une plante plus résistante aux maladies mais aussi aux aléas environnementaux (sécheresse, salinité...). Des variétés hybrides pour améliorer le rendement Passer d'une culture vivrière à une culture industrielle Toutefois les scientifiques estiment que ces projets n'aboutiront pas avant 2030 ou 2040. Madras School of Economics - FEV 2010 - Climate Variability and Agricultural Productivity Case Study of Rice Yields in Northern. International Rice Research Institute - 2010 - Présentation : Global Climate Change Activities at the International Rice Researc.

INTECH 05/11/11 The Influence of Climate Change on Rice in China from 1961 to 2009. ACTUALITES NEWS 26/07/11 Un champignon aide le riz peut à s’adapter au changement climatique. Le riz, qui fournit près de la moitié des calories journalières de la population mondiale, pourrait s’adapter au changement climatique et à certains phénomènes climatiques extrêmes en colonisant ses graines ou ses plantes avec les spores de petits champignons, d’après ce qu’indique une étude publiée par le US Geological Survey.

ACTUALITES NEWS 26/07/11 Un champignon aide le riz peut à s’adapter au changement climatique

Afin d’explorer les différentes façons d’augmenter la capacité d’adaptation du riz aux changements climatiques et à ses conséquences, telles que les tsunamis, qui ont déjà conduit à des pénuries de riz, les chercheurs du US Geological Survey et leurs collègues ont colonisé deux variétés commerciales de riz avec des spores fongiques qui existent naturellement dans les plantes natives côtières (tolérantes au sel) et géothermiques (tolérantes à la chaleur). Les expériences se sont avérées « assez réussies » d’après ce qu’a déclaré le chercheur de l’US Geological Survey, Rusty Rodriguez. . « C’est une avancée excitante » a déclaré Rusty Rodriguez. PHYSORG 12/04/12 Rapid climate change threatens Asia's Rice Bowl. As Asia's monsoon season begins, leading climate specialists and agricultural scientists warned today that rapid climate change and its potential to intensify droughts and floods could threaten Asia's rice production and pose a significant threat to millions of people across the region.

PHYSORG 12/04/12 Rapid climate change threatens Asia's Rice Bowl

"Climate change endangers crop and livestock yields and the health of fisheries and forests at the very same time that surging populations worldwide are placing new demands on food production," said Bruce Campbell of the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS). "These clashing trends challenge us to transform our agriculture systems so they can sustainably deliver the food required to meet our nutritional needs and support economic development, despite rapidly shifting growing conditions. " Southeast Asia recently has experienced dramatic meteorological swings, as last year's horrendous flooding in Thailand was preceded by a record drought across the region in 2010. Climate Change and Food Security in South Asia - 2011 - Incidence and Severity of Rice Diseases and Insect Pests in Relation to.

CURRENT SCIENCE, VOL. 102, NO. 9, 10 MAY 2012 Impact of climate change on weeds in the rice–wheat cropping system.