‘The most important’ is not enough for farmers as temperatures soar
The most important thing is for farmers to have enough food to live on, but the temperature in the United States has been rising and that’s putting the pressure on some farmers to turn to natural sources of food, according to a report from the Ecological Frost Protection Organisation.
The group said it was concerned about the increased risk of heatwaves and wildfires, but also about the food supply.
The report, published by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, said there was little data on what was happening to the climate in the US as a result of global warming, which is causing extreme weather events and a growing number of people suffering from food insecurity.
Its a situation that we are now facing,” the report said.”
We’ve seen the effects of warming on crop yields and water availability, which means that we need to look at climate and food supply in a much more holistic way.
“The report said it could take several decades for climate to return to a “natural” state, but it was clear that farmers would need to take a more active role in managing the climate.”
The United States, at the moment, has a very significant vulnerability in terms of food security,” it said.
The United Nations has said the world is facing an “accelerating” climate crisis.”
As a result, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is forecasting that by 2035, almost 70 per cent of the world’s population will live in extreme poverty,” the UN report said in the report.”
This will likely have major consequences for human well-being, as many of the poorest will have difficulty accessing food, water and basic social services, and may have to seek shelter elsewhere.
“The US has experienced record-breaking heatwaves this year, with temperatures soaring to more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit in some parts of the country.
Some of the most extreme weather occurred in the Midwest, with record heat temperatures in the Twin Cities and the Mid-Missouri Valley.
The National Weather Service in Fargo, Minnesota, said on Thursday that it was expecting a higher than normal temperature this weekend.