What A Changing Climate Means For Ohio’s Agriculture Industry
Scientists in early August released a dire report, dubbed a “code red for humanity” by the United Nations, which unequivocally states that humans are causing climate change.
In Ohio, torrential rains are now the norm, posing unprecedented challenges to Ohio farmers.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we explore what a changing climate means for Ohio’s agriculture industry.
- Bob Berwyn, reporter for InsideClimate News
- Jordan Hoewischer, director of water quality and research for the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation
- Aaron Wilson, atmospheric scientist at Ohio State University's Byrd Polar & Climate Research Center
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