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Global warming may cause world crop decline (Reuters)
September 17, 2007
On September 12th, the Reuters published an article about CGD senior fellow Bill Cline's new book "Global Warming and Agriculture: Impact Estimates by Country."
From the article:
"India, Pakistan, most of Africa and most of Latin America would be hit hardest, said economist William Cline, the study's author. The United States, most of Europe, Russia and Canada would probably see agricultural gains if climate change continues on its current course, the study found."