Agriculture and Climate Change - Workshop Report

By Bryan Yusishen, Allen Tyrchniewicz on January 22, 2002
The Canadian Prairies are particularly sensitive and vulnerable to climate change. Current predictions are that they will experience more of a warming trend than the global average, particularly in the winter and spring. It is also expected that the Prairies could experience longer, warmer and drier summers, with greater potential for precipitation in the spring and winter.

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IISD, 2002