Global  

Celebrating 10 Years of Trusted News Discovery
One News Page
> >

California’s high-value crops, like fruits and nuts, are the ones most vulnerable to climate change

The News Articles Monday, 22 April 2019 ()
California’s high-value crops, like fruits and nuts, are the ones most vulnerable to climate change“We’re at a second of readability around the agriculture trade and the state referring to local weather exchange,” mentioned Brillinger. “After the private drought within the state’s historical past, plus two years of wildfires, there were many wake-up calls.” Medium- and small-scale farmers are soliciting for equipment to assist them higher forecast wild swings in climate, …
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

You Might Like


Recent related videos from verified sources

Important Foods That Are Actually Causing Water Shortages [Video]Important Foods That Are Actually Causing Water Shortages

Avocado isn't Earth friendly?!

Credit: Celebrity Wire     Duration: 01:27Published

These 5 Foods Are Making Droughts Worse [Video]These 5 Foods Are Making Droughts Worse

These 5 Foods Are Making Droughts Worse According to the United Nations, 5 billion people may struggle with water shortages by 2050 due to climate change. Over 25% of the world's crops are grown in..

Credit: Wibbitz Studio     Duration: 01:27Published


Other recent news in World

PEGGY LIPTON, "Mod Squad" star, dies at 72ALYSSA MILANO calls for a sex strike to protest anti-abortion laws, gets slammed on Twitter
‘Heartbeat’ ABORTION LAWS could ban most procedures in the U.S. Deep South81-year-old Irish woman finally meets 104-year-old MOTHER after 60-year search
Environmentally friendly: One News Page is hosted on servers powered solely by renewable energy
© 2019 One News Page Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
About us  |  Contact us  |  Disclaimer  |  Press Room  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Content Accreditation
 RSS  |  News for my Website  |  Free news search widget  |  In the News  |  DMCA / Content Removal  |  Privacy & Data Protection Policy
How are we doing? FeedbackSend us your feedback  |   LIKE us on Facebook   FOLLOW us on Twitter  •  FOLLOW us on Pinterest
One News® is a registered trademark of One News Page Ltd.