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Dealing with desertification requires effective agricultural policy

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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Jul 17, 2018 11:17 pm

Dealing with desertification requires effective agricultural policy

18/7/2018 12:00 am

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Baghdad / Emad Al-Amara
Iraq faces a number of environmental challenges, especially those related to climate change. It is one of the most Arab countries affected by climate change from high temperature and low rainfall. These factors contribute to soil dryness and increase the effects of erosion factors, resulting in the phenomenon of desertification.

Economic Academy Wafa al-Mahdawi reviewed the factors that were exposed to Iraq during the period from 2006 to 2010, explaining that "waves of drought hit the provinces of Basra, Maysan and Dhi Qar, and the waves affected the human factors and desertification in two aspects the first population pressure, which produces more agricultural expansion, The development of livestock and thus increase the overgrazing, logging and migration and the settlement of inappropriate places and the exploitation of their resources on a continuous basis, which contributes to the desertification of pastoral lands and in a manner that negatively affects the ecosystem by removing the vegetation cover. Agricultural systems The figures indicate that Wasit governorate is one of the most polluted governorates and therefore comes in the forefront of the governorates prone to desertification, while Babil province is the least saline provinces, and this indicates that desertification and drought leads to the collapse of agricultural systems through low productivity of the land.

Low productivity of the land resulting in a shortage of food, especially grain and a shortage in the number of livestock that are affected by vegetation cover.

Livelihoods , said James Baldwin "desertification leads to lack of livelihood for those who depend on agriculture and thus exacerbate poverty, and reflected on the sustainable growth and empowerment because it leaves a negative impact on the decline in average per capita public health."

Specialized in economic affairs Ahmed is charged between that " the adoption of a policy to confront desertification is extremely important , " pointing to the possibility of the implementation of these policies by the relevant authorities in cooperation with the private sector through the expansion of green spaces in the general areas  of the country. "

He warned costly that" this matter Not difficult but can be implemented depending on local capacity and potential while ensuring what is produced in these areas. " Production capacity

In turn, the Economic Academy Dr. Salima Hashim explained that "desertification means gradual and continuous deterioration in production capacity levels and vegetation cover in arid, semi-arid, wet and sub-humid areas of exploitation and agro-pastoral potential, due to the combination of natural and human factors including climate variability, sand dunes and growth of human activities Increasing the number of people, "adding," The phenomenon of desertification when uprooting vegetation and vegetation that ensures soil cohesion. " The depletion of the marshes Hashim said that "


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