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Agriculture in a changing climate

Over the centuries, farmers have shown a remarkable ability to adapt to climate uncertainty. However, with rapidly rising temperatures and associated unpredictable weather, vulnerable small farmers could be pushed beyond their ability to cope. At the recent UN Conference on Climate Change in Cancún, Mexico, a number of participants offered New Agriculturist their views on agriculture in a changing climate.
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Los gobernantes o lideres del mundo, deben ponerle atención a este gran problema del clima y la solución es la de reforestar masivamente grandes extenciónes para la produción de oxigeno y así reparar la capa de ozono.
posted by: jaime beltran (22:31:46 Sat 22nd January 2011)

los grandes lideres gubernamentales del mundo, han descuidado el sector agrícola y las grandes industrias han aportado en gran parte a la contaminación y destrucción de la capa de ozono; la solución es la reforestación masiva de inmensas extenciones,
posted by: jaime beltran (22:19:52 Sat 22nd January 2011)

The effects of a changing climate has started effecting agriculture on the negative sign. Millions of cultivable hectares were inundated in Asia, Europe and Africa. Excessive drought and rising temperatures across the globe are making matters worse.
posted by: Sule Sale (11:09:36 Mon 17th January 2011)



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