Agriculture, the backbone of our Indian economy, is vulnerable to climate change effects. Ensuring higher food production with sustainability is a challenge during this climate change scenario. In recent times, carbon sequestration gained the great interest of the global scientific community in mitigating climate change effects. Soil and biomass carbon sequestration would combat climate change impacts like land degradation and greenhouse gas emission and need of the hour. This great task can be accomplished only by the support and cooperation of every human being on the earth. The government also can encourage the farmers, industries and local institutions to join hands to achieve this global mission through suitable policy interventions.