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Climate Change May Reduce Some U.S. Grain Harvests by Half

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Corn and soybean yields may lose 40%-50% by end of the century.

Support to fossil fuels remains high and the time is ripe for change

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... This support is hampering global efforts to curb emissions and combat climate change.

Agricultural policies should shift from price support to greater emphasis on encouraging a resilient and sustainable food sector

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Countries should continue shifting farm policy away from direct support for the market price of agricultural products toward programmes that promote sustainable productivity growth and improve resilience to climate change and market-related shocks, according to a new report from the OECD.

Secretary Perdue Comments on Climate Change

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... Some feel the move away from the climate change accord could hamper the nation's competitive p [...

Study: Food ingredient blends more sensitive to climate change

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A recent Purdue study, featured on the cover of the May edition of the Journal of Food Science, deciphers why food ingredient blends are more sensitive to changes in climate than single ingredients.

Trees are moving westward in response to precipitation changes, Purdue University professor reveals

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After analyzing extensive data collected on 86 tree species in the eastern United States, a research team led by Purdue University professor Songlin Fei found that over the past 30 years, most trees have been shifting westward or northward in response to climate change.

Plants take up more carbon once acclimated to warmer temperatures

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A new understanding about how plants react to high temperatures may help improve predictions about how climate change will affect the planet.

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