Getting Real About Climate Change and Agriculture
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Getting Real About Climate Change and Agriculture

Posted by on Thursday, March 1 2012

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On this Switzer Network News report, we learn about the intersection between global climate change and agriculture, why current "solutions" are inadequate and where we need to go next globally.

 
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