Title : Sustainable environmental climate impact assessment (CIA) process for agriculture and horticulture
Climate change and control can be defined as the systematic identification and evaluation of change in general weather conditions in an area over a long period of time or change in weather trend or change in general attitude of weather conditions during one generation of thirty years’ period and control measure requires power to limit and regulate climate change as per sustainable environmental pollution and control standards. Strategic environmental climate assessment (SECA) process is defined as a study and check of the potential climate impacts (effects) of a proposed project, program, plan, policy or legislative action on the environment and sustainability.
SECA process is designed and developed to identify and predict the potential agricultural and horticultural impacts of the physical, chemical, biological, ecological, radio-active, cultural, socio-economic environment and on human health and well-being are adequately protected.
To conduct Climate Impact Assessment (CIA) Process that is to encourage the consideration of the environmental climate factor in generic and / or agricultural and horticultural project planning and decision-making process and to ultimately arrive at actions which are more environmental climate healthily compatible.
To conduct environmental climate health impact assessment that can be defined as the systematic identification and evaluation of the potential environmental health impacts or effects of proposed agricultural and horticultural projects, plans , programs, policies or legislative actions relative to the physical, chemical , biological , physical-chemical, cultural and socioeconomic components of the total climatic environment. A resume’ of investigations on Seed-Cotton (or Kapas) and Cotton ginning carried out during 1990-2022 are discussed in this article for sustainable environmental climate impact (CIA) process .