The emission of carbon from electricity, gas fuel consumption, residential building and commercial buildings has raised the temperature of the region, affecting agricultural production. The agaric sector is sensitive to change in temperature. This paper examines the climatic variations due to CO2 emission from different sources is inclined to the yield of production by taking time series data over the period from 1984 -2015. The Auto-Regressive Distributive lag model was applied to estimate the results. Moreover, diagnostic test, stability test and error correction mechanism were operated on the dataset, reveals the rising temperature, pollution and emission from residential affects the agaric production negatively I case of Pakistan. I have reviewed the literature on this topic, but a very limited portion of the literature discusses this issue. Hence this paper will contribute a lot in agricultural economics fields.
1-Muhammad Shahid Assistant Professor, Head of Economics Department, Govt. Post Graduate College Bhakkar, Punjab, Pakistan. 2-M. Niamatullah Head, Department of Economics, Gomal University, Dera Ismail Khan, KP, Pakistan3-Bibi Aisha Sadiqa Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Hazara University, Mansehra, KP, Pakistan
Crop production, Temperature, CO2 from Residential Buildings, CO2 Emission from electricity and Heat, Air Pollution from Carbon Emission, Environmental Pollution, Tariffs, United States, China, Pakist