How Can We Save U.S. Agriculture Amid Climate Change? Congress Can Prioritize It

U.S. agricultural productivity has taken a hit: over the past 60 years, output was 21% lower than it would have been without the effects of climate change, according to Cheddar Climate guest Benjamin Houlton, Ronald P. Lynch Dean of Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Dean Houlton discusses how Congress can prioritize funding in order to avoid further crop destruction and increase support for U.S. farmers.
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