by Yadav Sharma Bajagai 1 Introduction Warming of climate system of the earth is a unanimously accepted reality [ 1 ] and probably one of the most prominent challenges for scientists, development workers, policy makers and other relevant stakeholders regarding development and sustainability in international and national arena during past several years. Intergovernmental panel on climate change (IPPC) has described climate change as any anthropogenic or naturally occurring alteration in the climate over time [ 1 ] . The World Bank has published ‘world development report 2010’ with the title “development and climate change” as an example to depict the importance of this issue. Global warming is attributable to increase in atmospheric concentration of green house gases (mainly CO 2, CH 4 and NO 2 ) as a result of human activities since the industrial revolution [ 1 , 2 ] . Concentration of total green house gases in the atmosphere has been increased by more th
Science communication for non-scientific audiences in food security (agriculture, animal science, veterinary science, food policy, food safety and related field), environment (climate change, sustainability, natural resource management and related field), sustainable development and system thinking.