Anthropogenic climate change has slowed global agricultural productivity growth

The study proves the relationship between climate change caused by man and the loss of productivity in world agriculture. Researchers point out that, despite the advances promoted by agricultural research, world productivity has fallen by 21% since 1961. The effect of the changes was most felt in warmer areas such as Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, which had reductions between 26% and 34%.

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