Abeeb Babatunde Omotoso's areas of specialization are climate change, food security, production and environmental economics. He has high-impact peer-reviewed publications in Elsevier and Springer journals - with including over 200 citations.
Omotoso has passion for innovation and the development of sustainable agriculture in Africa and the whole world at large.
He also teaches and researches at the Oyo State College of Agriculture and Technology, Igboora, Nigeria
Omotoso holds BSc and Master's degrees in Agricultural Economics from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria. He holds a PhD in Agricultural Economics from the North-West University, South Africa.
Nov 19, 2023 05:56 am UTC| Economy
Sub-Saharan African countries strongly rely on the agricultural and forestry sectors. Agriculture contributes up to 60% of some countries gross domestic product. But the sector is highly vulnerable to climate change...