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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Wed Jan 16, 2013 07:27 AM CST

An interesting study by a team of mostly British climate scientists concludes that it may be too late to stop climate change, but some of its most dangerous effects can be delayed.

The study is the first one that looks at climate, policies and impacts over time. The study concludes that while climate change impacts that are avoidable with policy changes are small by 2030 and 2050, an ounce of policy prevention today eventually becomes a pound of cure by 2100.

Included in the benefits from emission control efforts, according to the study, is that crop production limitations would be ...

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