Thursday, February 19, 2009

Looking more and more desperate...

The climate change panel's computer models show that even slight warming will reduce crop yields across the tropics. Brazil may be better equipped than most to adapt, since its scientists have spent decades developing fertilizer and soil management, infrastructure and public policies that have transformed arid tropical plains into today's thriving agricultural zones.

"We should see the real changes in 10 or 20 years" from global warming, said genetic engineering specialist Francisco Aragao. "If we want to do agricultural investigations to combat the effects, you have to start now."
Meanwhile...what are those "reliable" computer models saying about the new Wheat Fields that will inhabit the Canadian Tundra?


Don't shussshhh me.