Australia: Hotter, harder times forecast for farm as climate changes food production

Sydney Morning Herald: Australia's agricultural sector faces profound challenges from climate change over coming decades forcing the migration of some crops and the use of new varieties of others, a new report by the University of Melbourne researchers. A warming, largely drying climate for a range of foods from almonds to zuchinis has been identified by the The Appetite for Change study, finding few likely winners. "Food production in Australia will need to adapt to the inevitable impacts of climate change," said Richard......

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