Climate change and agriculture discussed at U.C. Davis
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Scientists and policy makers from all over the world will be in California this month to discuss how climate-change can affect agriculture.
The Climate-Smart Agriculture Global Science Conference is taking place from March 20th to the 22-nd at U.C. Davis. Besides discussing its threats, experts will also recommend ways science can help slow the effects of climate change while meeting the world's need for food and sustainability.
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