Carbon cuts could save U.S. farmers billions of dollars

Reductions in greenhouse gas emissions would make droughts less costly

parched corn

CASH FOR CLIMATE ACTION   Cutting carbon emissions could curb droughts, saving the U.S. agriculture sector billions of dollars annually in the coming decades, researchers estimate.  

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