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Pa. farmers dig into soil as one climate change solution

The federal government’s Climate Smart Commodities grant program has a goal of sequestering — through climate-smart ag practices — more than 60 million metric tons of carbon dioxide, equivalent to that produced by 10 million gas-powered vehicles annually.
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Some farmers are skipping tomatoes and eggplants. Their reasons may surprise you

From climate risks to better work-life balance, a small but growing contingent of farmers is giving up summer crops to reap winter’s harvest.
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Dry farming could help agriculture in the western U.S. amid climate change

Farmers in the West are once again experimenting with dry farming as they grapple with water shortages, which are being exacerbated by rising temperatures and more frequent and intense droughts linked to climate change.

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The summer drought took a toll on corn, wheat, tomatoes and a lot of other American crops

It was a bad year for corn. And for tomatoes. And for many other American crops.

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Australia ‘ill-prepared’ for food insecurity driven by war and climate crisis, former defence leaders say

Australia is badly prepared for food insecurity fuelled by the climate crisis and war, former military leaders have warned.

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Climate change is coming for your pizza sauce

Climate change is coming for your pizza sauce

Heat, drought, disease—climate-forced changes are pushing California tomato production into a tough spot. But our future pizzas are not yet lost.
Vertical farming takes off in aging Japan

Vertical farming takes off in aging Japan

The nondescript building on an industrial site near Kyoto gives little hint to the productivity inside: 30,000 heads of lettuce grow here daily.

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