As climate change continues between now and 2060, Canada could see a sharp increase in the amount of land capable of supporting crops, according to a recent study. However, cultivating the land could release large amounts of carbon dioxide into the air, causing environmental problems.
Study: Warming could open new areas to farming in Canada
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