The contribution of climate-smart agriculture to the environmental sustainability of the agricultural economy

Published: 21 November 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/bnm63kcxj2.1


The dataset combines the statistics of "Global Food Security Index 2022" by The Economist Newspaper Limited on the following indicators: 1) Early-warning measures / climate-smart Agriculture; 2) sustainable agriculture. Statistics are provided for four categories of countries, identified by the criterion of differences in income levels (GDP per capita): Low income; middle income; upper middle income; lower middle income.


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The dataset includes all countries from the selected categories. The dataset allows for factor analysis of the environmental sustainability of the agricultural economy. The factor variable can be the climate-smart agriculture. It is possible to conduct a study on groups of countries separately: among 19 Low income countries; 55 middle income countries; 23 upper middle income countries; 32 lower middle income countries. It is also possible to conduct a study based on a total sample of 129 countries.


Moskovskij gosudarstvennyj institut mezdunarodnyh otnosenij MID Rossii


Agricultural Economics, Sustainability, Climate, Agroecosystem Sustainability, Agri-Environmental Indicator, Smart Sensor