Modern Agriculture Stalls Global Warming
By Greg Vincent
"For a moment, consider a world without commercial fertilizers, without pesticides, without biotech crops, without the myriad other agriculture investments seen during the Green Revolution. It’d be a world with more global warming and more severe climate change, says a study conducted at Stanford University.
Researchers at Stanford’s Program on Food Security and the Environment (FSE) undertook the survey to compare and contrast current production practices to practices of 30 to 40 years ago, says co-author of the study and FSE fellow David Lobell. . ."
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