Corresponding author: Department of Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Avenida de la Complutense, sn - 28040 Madrid, Spain. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking into the future of agriculture raises three challenging questions: How can agriculture deal with an uncertain future? How do local vulnerabilities and global disparities respond to this uncertain future? How should we prioritise adaptation to overcome the resulting future risks? This paper analyses the broad question of how climate change science may provide some insights into these issues. The data provided for the analysis are the product of our new research on global impacts of climate change in agriculture. The questions are analysed across world regions to provide some thoughts on policy development.