“Crops and trees, Agroforestry with pleasing”. People are always looking for the easiest way to have their work done.
But always the easiest way doesn’t always work out. Observation before the activity is the most attentive with care. Global Crisis shows changes all over the world towards its end.
The greenery of nature like Agroforestry has risen to prominence as a land-use strategy to help address global climate change and provide other environmental, economic, and social benefits.
However, systematic knowledge of the human–environment impacts of agroforestry practices and interventions remains lacking. Agroforestry is promoted for its potential for carbon sequestration, soil erosion and runoff control, and improved nutrient and water cycling, as well as for offering socio-economic benefits and greater agricultural productivity.
Simply defined, agroforestry is the intentional integration of woody vegetation, such as trees and shrubs, with crops and/or livestock simultaneously or sequentially on a land management unit.
This integration is intended to diversify production systems to create environmental, economic, and social benefits through complementary interactions between the system components.
A huge disadvantage to agriculture from climate change. Agro forest has both admirable sides normalizing according to the situation. According to research Industrial agriculture, however, is now associated with many negative social and environmental consequences.
Agroforestry has the potential to help address these consequences, and thus individuals familiar with agroforestry have started proposing and implementing a range of education and extension programs, financial incentives and cost-sharing initiatives, and support for the creation of markets for non-timber forest products to facilitate agroforestry adoption.
(Sonam sherpa climate change campaigner/ global warming campaigner Father and Son.)