The "Shape of Things to Come" for California's Climate and Agriculture
Human-caused climate change is not some future hypothetical event, affecting only remote islands and Arctic villages. It is happening here and now, in our own state. The impacts of 21st-century climate change will be experienced by all Californians and are likely to be pervasive, affecting every sector of California's economy.
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Santer, Benjamin. 2014. "The "Shape of Things to Come" for California's Climate and Agriculture." ARE Update 18(1): 2-5. University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics.