Climate Change Already Slashing Crop Yields Globally - But Not In North America

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Global climate change is already hitting crop yields around the globe, but at least so far the US, Canada, and northern Mexico have escaped harm. New research shows global wheat production has declined 5.5% due to to climate change; corn production has dropped 4%. Rice and soybean production have not yet shown significant climate-related declines. Read more: Science Codex
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