Questions on Ag and Climate
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Nov 17, 2014 10:41 AM CST

NELIGH, Neb. (DTN) -- Art Tanderup is sitting in the middle of the nexus between agriculture, energy and climate change.

That's because the proposed Keystone XL pipeline route would run right through his 160-acre farm. His opposition to the pipeline has led Tanderup to support the scientific view that humans are influencing climate change because of greenhouse-gas emissions from fossil fuels.

He hosted a concert with Willie Nelson and Neil Young in September as a fundraiser for groups opposing the pipeline. Tanderup also allowed members of the Ponca Tribe to grow heritage corn on a five-acre tract right where the ...

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