Climate Impacts on Agriculture

Climate One

Published on Jul 10, 2014

“One of the advantages that we have in studying impacts on agriculture is that a lot of people have been paying really close attention to how climate affects agriculture for a long time,” said Noah Diffenbaugh, Associate Earth Sciences Professor at Stanford University. Some crops, such as corn and grapes, are very sensitive to severe heat, and the likelihood of severe heat has already increased in many parts of the world.

Noah Diffenbaugh, Associate Professor, School of Earth Sciences, Stanford University
Rebecca Shaw, Associate Vice President, Environmental Defense Fund
Stephen Bennett, Senior Vice President, Verisk Climate

This program was recorded before a live audience on June 3, 2014.

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