Generally, climate change will likely damage crop as well as livestock production systems in most countries, even though some might even benefit from the variations in the different circumstances. In addition, climate change is also contributing to the growing problem connected to essential resources, such as the lack of water, pollution as well as soil degradation. Interestingly enough though. the agriculture sector itself adds on a notable part of the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In this article, you will see both sides of the coin: how agriculture affects climate change and vice-versa with an analysis of all the factors that are included in this relationship. You will get to understand all the socio-political implications of food demand and climate change, and the quality over quantity dilemma, concluding with some possible solutions to the problem.