Climate change offers pros, cons for grain supply

China Daily: Changes in rainfall and a concentration of greenhouse gases triggered by climate change may lead to an increase in China's grain yields in per-unit production over the next few decades. But negative effects of climate change, including extreme weather, plant diseases and a rising number of insects, will pose a threat to grain supply security, experts said. They added a rising population and arable land loss will also pose greater potential risks to the country's aims to ensure adequate food......

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