Climate Change Hinders Crop Yields, Study Finds

New York Times: Global warming is already cutting substantially into potential crop yields in some countries -- to such an extent that it may be a factor in the food price increases that have caused worldwide stress in recent years, researchers suggest in a new study. Wheat yields in recent years were down by more than 10 percent in Russia and by a few percentage points each in India, France and China compared with what they probably would have been without rising temperatures, according to the study. Corn......

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