Most relevant aspects of climate change in hot-spot analysis

Gabriele Dono


WP3 develops the tools for assessing the productive and economic impact of climate change and the potential of mitigation and adaptation strategies. This is achieved by focussing, along with CropM and LiveM, on significant crossing issues in specific geographical areas, natural and human resources, and farming systems. Following, the steps for identifying the hot-spots and the basic elements of climate change are shortly described. Next, the main economic and structural characteristics of each hot-spot are described followed by a presentation of the most relevant aspects of climate change, and of their main impacts on farm sector. 

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