U.S. farmers as accidental climate heroes

07/17/2013 | ScientificAmerican.com

Many American farmers say they don't believe in anthropogenic climate change and aren't willing to change their behavior on the strength of perceived environmental doom-mongering. That isn't stopping them, however, from embracing greener agricultural methods that make their farms more efficient and resilient. "In other words, many American farmers -- even those who would question whether climate change is man-made -- are already doing exactly what efforts to combat climate change would require," writes David Biello.

View Full Article in:

ScientificAmerican.com

Published in Brief: