Actionable information for agricultural adaptation 

Farming systems face uncertain futures and policy-makers and stakeholders need actionable information in order to ensure future food security. AgMIP Research Teams combine model simulations with expert knowledge to assess the vulnerability of these complex systems and test adaptations to improve farmers' livelihoods. 

The Impacts Explorer presents results of regional and national studies in African and Asian countries, as well as global maps 
of crop yield changes under specific climatic conditions.


Effects of climate change and adaptation on food security


Crop yield changes: global modelling results

Learn how AgMIP methodology and models make a difference 

Read below a small sample of testimonials from expert users of AgMip. The full testimonials, plus several more, can be found on the testimonials page.
" AgMIP CLARE provides methodologies, tools and data that enable scientists to access and analyse future climates scenarios and climate projections in Zimbabwe." - Dr Elisha N Moyo
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"The AgMIP methodology is diagnostic, making it strategic in development planning. Modelling what is unknown and unseen into possible scenarios is helpful in preparing the agricultural sector to respond to both the positive and negative impacts of a changing climate." - Mr. Busani Bafana
" AgMIP research closes some of the gaps relating to future climate scenarios and is the basis for undertaking local level specific climate change adaptation measures." - Mr. Washington Zhakata and Mr. Kudzai F. Ndidzano
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The Agricultural Model intercomparison and Improvement Project (AgMIP) is an international collaborative effort to improve agricultural modelling and to understand climate impacts on the agricultural sector at global, national, and regional scales.  More information on AgMIP findings, products, and activities is available at
This AgMIP Impacts Explorer was created with support from the UK Department for International Development and IDRC (Canada).