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How Danish agriculture can adapt to future climate change

Agriculture is deeply dependent on the weather. In other words, it is highly sensitive to climate change. This ultimately affects food security: can enough food be grown to feed a growing population in a world also affected by climate change? “This is a natural concern. Both globally and here in Denmark, we will see a number of negative effects of climate change, there is no doubt about that. Adaptations will therefore be needed if we want to maintain the productivity we know in Danish agriculture,” says Professor Mathias Neumann Andersen from the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University, who has…

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