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(Zee News India)   Climate change my reduce food production in India. Not right away, but monsoon   (zeenews.india.com) divider line 1
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Fano: Won't vast areas of Russia and Canada be open to good farming as a result of global warming?

/not on your life my Hindu friend


Those areas will be warmer, but there's more to consider than just temperature in terms of growing crops. I don't think that the newly unpermafrosted soil is going to be all that fertile.

machoprogrammer: Or, you know, people could stop breeding so much?


I heard farking will go out of style by 2025.
 
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