Climate Week – from orchards to vineyards

Sat, Mar 2, 2013

Climate Change, UK Climate Change

 Surviving climate change in the “Garden of England”

Agriculture in the “garden of England” may be dramatically different in the decades to come but, with the right planning, farmers will be able to adapt to the challenges of climate change.

That’s the message from Professor Chris Atkinson of the University of Greenwich who will be speaking at a special public event to mark Climate Week on Wednesday 6 March

http://www.nri.org/news/archive/2013/20130222-climate-change-in-kent.htm

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