Montana agriculture stakeholders get the lowdown on climate change


CCL News Feb 25, 2016 By Alex Amonette

“Late last year, renowned climate scientist Dr. Michael Mann had some sobering news for Montanans who make their living off the land: If we don’t take steps to reduce carbon emissions, the impact of climate change, in the long run, will outpace our ability to adapt.

A report released Wednesday from the Montana Farmers Union bears out Dr. Mann’s warning, estimating that agricultural losses from climate change could eventually total $736 million a year with over 12,000 jobs lost to declining production….”

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