Climate Change Means More Farmland but Fewer Harvests

Nature World: Researchers have recently crafted a new model of how climate change will impact agricultural production around the world, and they have found that it isn't as simple as "good" or "bad" consequences. According to Wolfram Mauser at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universit├Ąt, about two-thirds of all land that could even be potentially suitable for agricultural use in its current state is already in use, with the last third either part of protected ecosystems or likely going to be put into use in the approaching......

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