Graphic: A Farmers Guide to Global Warming—Go North
Land in Canada, China, and Russia that cannot be farmed now may become suitable for agriculture as warmer climes creep north over the next 90 years, according to a new study from Germany’s Ludwig Maximilian University. The developing world is projected to lose the most, as 2.6 million square miles of usable land become too dry or hot to farm.
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