Global Warming and Agriculture

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Geography 123
1 August 2011
Global Warming and Agriculture
Part I
The paper chosen was Environment and Agriculture.  The theme of the paper is that the natural environment and the policies pertaining to it have a direct effect on agriculture.  Additionally, the paper makes the case that sustainable agriculture has positive impacts on the environment.  These impacts include the reduction of the use of fossil fuels and chemicals.  The paper recommends that policy change and education are effective ways of making a difference in the natural environment and this will subsequently affect agriculture.
Within the aforementioned paper, the subtopic of climate change, specifically...
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