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Georgia peach crop threatened

A summer without peaches in Georgia

With their state’s signature crop hobbled by inclement weather, Georgians are stretching the fruit they have or turning (heaven forbid!) to California’s.
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Mass climate migration is coming

Mass climate migration is coming

With rising sea levels  and extreme weather events, the global north needs to prepare to welcome displaced people.
Hotter summers are baking the water out of soil

Hotter summers are baking the water out of soil at unprecedented rates

This summer's extreme droughts would be 'virtually impossible' without the influence of greenhouse gas emissions, scientists say.

Texas drought water conservation

Nonprofits pay Texas farmers to not water crops during drought

As Texas continues to battle drought, groups are trying a market-based solution to help farmers and protect what little water is left.
Hemp has failed Texas farmers during first drought
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Hemp has failed Texas farmers during first drought

Hemp advocates promised the Texas Legislature the crop was drought resistant. The 2022 drought has proven otherwise. And farmers are abandoning the nascent market.
Indian heat wave has a wide reach
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What happens in India doesn't stay in India. Why this deadly heat wave has a wide reach

The persistent heat wave that has struck India over the past few weeks is leading to deaths, electricity shortages and uncertainty about crops and those impacts will likely not remain within its borders.
East and Horn of Africa prep for worst drought in decades

East and Horn of Africa prep for worst drought in decades

Agricultural workers in the east and Horn of Africa are preparing for their most severe drought in 40 years, as authorities warn that higher temperatures and less than normal rainfall was recorded by weather agencies in March and April this year.

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