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Breeding and climate change: the final report of Life Forage4Climate project

Techniques to reduce GHG emissions and increase soil carbon uptake/Report attached

Everyday we have signs of the climate that is changing: temperatures higher than the seasonal average, extreme events such as water bombs and heat waves and agriculture pays the consequences, with droughts alternating with storms and the spread of new diseases of plants and animals and alien species. It is now certain that the phenomenon of global warming largely depends on human activities, even if...

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