Soil and water conservation technologies: a buffer against production risk in the face of climate change?

This study investigates the impact of different soil and water conservation technologies on the variance of crop production in Ethiopia to determine the risk implications of the different technologies in different regions and rainfall zones.
Awareness of climate change and global warming has dramatically increased among scientists, policymakers, and the general public. Agriculture in developing countries is one of the sectors that is most vulnerable to the negative impacts of climate change and failure of farmers to adapt to climate change would likely have significant negative effects. Given Ethiopia

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