Region wise Projection by IPCC
Warming in western mountains is projected to cause decreased snowpack, more winter flooding, and reduced summer flows, exacerbating competition for over-allocated water resources.
Disturbances from pests, diseases, and fire are projected to have increasing impacts on forests, with an extended period of high fire risk and large increases in area burned.
climate change in the early decades of the century is projected to
increase aggregate yields of rain-fed agriculture by 5-20%, but with
important variability among regions. Major challenges are projected
for crops that are near the warm end of their suitable range or depend
on highly utilised
Coastal communities and habitats will be increasingly stressed by
climate change impacts interacting with development and pollution.
Population growth and the rising value of infrastructure in coastal
areas increase vulnerability to climate variability and future climate
change, with losses projected to increase if the intensity of tropical
storms increases. Current adaptation is uneven and readiness for increased
exposure is low.