Australia: Climate change will force farmers to adapt: CSIRO

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Australia's farmers will need to adapt to cope with a potentially hotter and drier continent as the effects of climate change take hold, scientists say. As the UN's chief science body meets in Hobart today to update the latest climate modelling, the CSIRO says forecasts show Australia will have to cope with less rainfall, longer dry periods and crops struggling to grow in changing conditions. CSIRO climate applications scientist Steve Crimp says the nation's agricultural sector will likely......

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