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Articles about drylands
I am always searching for new information that can tell another piece of the story about the impact that climate change will have on all parts of the world. As you know, my view is simple: global climate is changing. … Continue reading
Sometimes, it is only just a unrealistic dream. You could be a farmer with large fields, growing vast quantities of grain to feed the world. Or, you could be an organic farmer with small, “organically” grown fruits and vegetables sold … Continue reading
If Climate Change is NOT Real, then Why are Some Companies Developing Crops that Can Survive Drought Conditions?
While I have recently spent time on the subject of climate change, I thought I would provide just one more view that should help clear the sinuses of climate-related debris. In a few recent posts on this subject, I … Continue reading