Climate change hurting food production in temperate zone too

Cape Breton Post: It’s no surprise that we will have a record minimum of ice cover in the Arctic Ocean at the end of this summer melt season. It’s already down to around four million square kilometres, with at least a few more days of melting to go, but this is what you might call a “known unknown.” Scientists knew we were losing the ice cover fast; they just didn’t know how fast. I’m no fan of Don Rumsfeld, who helped lead the United States into the disastrous invasion of Iraq when he was George W. Bush’s defence......

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