Monday, January 19, 2009

Global Warming and Agriculture

In case anyone needs a reminder: climate change is not an "ecological problem" existing in convenient isolation from our economic well-being. Not only will coastal real estate, freshwater supplies and public health suffer in the face of such developments, but our forestry, fisheries and agriculture will all take a hit (indeed, already seem to be doing so), and new research appearing in Science suggests the impact in the last area may be more severe than generally appreciated. (You can read about it here.)

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