The $$ Costs of Climate Change

When we think of climate change, we might think about the polar bears wandering in the arctic or islands far away with eroding shorelines. We may not think of what’s happening in our own neighborhoods. We  might think of Hurricane Katrina as ‘normal’ or Hurricane Sandy as a ‘fluke,’ but they are only two examples of a changing environment in the United States.

In order to understand some of the changes, The New York Times talked to Pamela Johnson, President of the National Corn Growers Association’s Corn Board, and asked about some of the problems and worries of farmers in the States.

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