Explaining the strategic model of a sustainable agricultural ecosystem compatible with climate change in Iran
Hoora Koochekian1, Hooman Liaghati2, Seyed Mohmmad Mojabi3
1University of Tehran, Tehran,Iran, Campus of Agriculture, Faculty of Economics and Development, Iran
Sustainable agriculture is a comprehensive and appropriate approach to the production of food, clothing, fodder and fuel needed by humans, which not only does not harm the environment, but also meets the needs of the existing population as well as future generations, and at the same time Concepts such as ecosystem health, social and economic justice and profitability are considered, but achieving the effective components of an Sustainable agroecosystem requires its adaptation to climate change, which in recent years has had a significant impact on agricultural production and Farmers have reacted differently. This research has been formed with the aim of identifying and prioritising the indicators of a sustainable agroecosystem, compatible with climate change and explaining a strategic model.
Keywords: Adaptation, agricultural system ecosystem, climate change, strategic model, sustainability
Contact Address: Hoora Koochekian, University of Tehran, Tehran,Iran, Campus of Agriculture, Faculty of Economics and Development, Shahid beheshti st. bucharest st. (Ahmad Qusair) no. 7. parent company specialized in agricultural services, 13 Tehran, Iran, e-mail: horakoochekianalumni.ut.ac.ir