The incidence and intensity of extreme weather has been more frequent, which likely challenges human and natural systems more than normal change. The agricultural sector is most vulnerable to the eventual consequences of climate change. Noteworthy, the climate has been changing in the conventional rubber growing regions of Malaysia and the current temperature is at the higher end of the optimal temperature range for rubber crop. Thus, further increases will adversely affect growth and productivity of natural rubber. This book vividly estimates the economic impact of climate change on natural rubber production in Peninsular Malaysia and capture's the marginal impact of weather conditions on the viability of production systems along with the future climate change impact by predicting the economic impact due to the expected climate change.