A new report commissioned by the Farm Journal Foundation discussed how agriculture is affected by changing climate and how it is uniquely situated to help us cut greenhouse gas emissions and fight the changes in climate we are already seeing. It discusses what changes we are seeing in emissions over time and how the warming temperatures are affecting crops and also discussed the role of agriculture in both reducing the emission of carbon and in the sequestering of carbon by planting trees and cover crops. You can read the full report here or read a synopsis at The Packer.

Source: USDA ARS