Climate-resilient agriculture is a technique of using existing natural resources in a sustainable manner with agriculture and livestock farming system to achieve increased long-term productivity and farm profits in the view of climate variability. It practices mainly consist of structured methods for managing essential inputs such as land, water, crop production, and livestock management. It appears that inventions and organizations are important in accelerating the adoption of Climate-resilient agriculture practices. In the face of globalization, this practice helps future generations avoid poverty and starvation. These approaches have the potential to implement a new situation and sustain agriculture on a local, regional, and global scale, particularly when done in a sustainable way. Climate-resilient practices lead to increased access to and usage of technology, open trade regimes, increased use of resource management technologies, and enhanced crop and livestock adaptation to extreme forms.