Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events; Implications for Food Production, Plant Diseases, and Pests

@article{Rosenzweig2001ClimateCA,
  title={Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events; Implications for Food Production, Plant Diseases, and Pests},
  author={C. Rosenzweig and A. Iglesias and X. Yang and P. Epstein and E. Chivian},
  journal={Global Change and Human Health},
  year={2001},
  volume={2},
  pages={90-104}
}
90 © Kluwer Academic Publishers Challenges to Food Production and Nutrition Current and future energy use from burning of fossil fuels and clearing of forests for cultivation can have profound effects on the global environment, agriculture, and the availability of low-cost, highquality food for humans. Individual farmers and consumers are expected to be affected by changes in global and regional climate. The agricultural sector in both developing and developed areas needs to understand what is… Expand
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