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Climate change adaptation: determining what will grow where

Launched at GCARD2 by the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), a new policy brief outlines the challenges faced in feeding an estimated 9 billion people by 2050. In the brief, the need for a complete re-calibration of what we grow around the world is detailed.
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This is an interesting point - however - why no mention of urban agriculture? If more local crops, and food in general, can be grown in suitable climatic regions within the boundaries of a city, surely this can help to ease the transition? Urban environments are currently making a major contribution
posted by: Emily Henehan (18:08:20 Tue 19th February 2013)

It is climate change everywhere on the planet earth due to magma cooling will play most climatic changes we're seeing in these days, where lava in the core of the earth will also play vital part apart from the seasonal patrons change in the rain.
posted by: A.V.MUNIKRISHNE GOWDA (05:50:00 Wed 23rd January 2013)



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