Agriculture is often the mainstay for people of most developing countries. Most of the poor live in South Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Climate change is causing summers to get hotter, rainfall during monsoon, and the number of adverse weather events is rising.
Hotter summers are forcing plants to speed up their growth cycle. Fruiting and seeding are happening quicker, and crops are reaching maturity faster. It is impacting crop yields negatively, and reduced agricultural production is seen.
With food production negatively impacted, the poor are most hit. Climate change’s impact is most felt by the poor. Poverty and health are getting exasperated.
Nepal has both mountains and plains. Agricultural productivity in the plains will be negatively affected, and soil erosion and landslides will become more frequent in the hilly parts of that country. Glaciers in Nepal feed rivers. The pace of melting glaciers is reported to increase. As time passes, river water in the dry seasons will become scarcer, affecting riverain communities, hydel power, and drinking water.
The impact of climate change on the future of Nepal is not very bright.

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