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LATEST NEWS FROM Climate change

06:00AM Aug 10, 2019

A Campaign Focused on Science Over Fiction

Global Farmer Network
AgWeb Contributor
By Bill Horan: Rockwell City, Iowa Joe Biden said it well: “We choose science over fiction.” The former vice president and current presidential candidate was wrapping up his remarks on ...
14:28PM May 31, 2019

Rain...Enough Already

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer
It's hard for a southwest native to talk bad about the rain but AgDay's host Clinton Griffiths has just about had enough of Spring's showers.
13:57PM May 21, 2019

Animal Agriculture and Climate: Separating Fact from Fiction

AgWeb Guest Editor
AgWeb Contributor
Dr. Frank Mitloehner testified Tuesday during a Senate Ag Committee hearing on Climate Change.
20:55PM Apr 09, 2019

Three ways to address increasing flood risk in the Midwest

Suzy Friedman
AgWeb Contributor
Historic flooding across the Great Plains and Midwest has been devastating. While waters may be receding, farmers and communities aren’t out of the woods yet. Recovery will be costly and ...
14:43PM Mar 18, 2019

EPA's Wheeler Dedicated to Clear, Concise WOTUS Rule

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler says he wants landowners to be able to determine if their property includes a federal waterway without the need for an attorney.
15:18PM Mar 04, 2019

Ocasio-Cortez Seeks Ag Data on Green New Deal

John Herath
AgWeb Contributor
An ag air quality expert is working to set the record straight for the Green New Deal put forward by freshman congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
17:42PM Dec 05, 2018

New resource to help dairy industry clean up the Chesapeake Bay

Suzy Friedman
AgWeb Contributor
It’s a tough time to be a dairy farmer. Nationwide milk prices are at record lows due to an oversupply of milk and changing consumer preferences, and the industry faces ...