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Florida Climate Smart Agriculture Work Group Explores AI to Help Ag Deliver Needed Eco Services

Work to secure Florida's agricultural future long undertaken by the state's farm, ranch and forestry leaders reaches a milestone with events this week that demonstrate the sector is not just one that simply produces commodities, but also serves to simultaneously filter and store water, enhance biodiversity, improve the environment and deliver high...

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Carbon Dioxide Reaches New Peaks in Atmosphere, Ratcheting Up Need to Act

Government scientists have announced the distressing news that atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2), the principal element warming Earth's climate, was measured in Hawaii last month at its highest level since accurate measurements began 63 years ago. Scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Mauna Loa Atmospheric Baseline...

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SfL’s O’Toole Advocates Collaboration to Ensure Sustainable Land, Water Management

Representing the world's farmer constituency, western U.S. rancher Pat O'Toole -- member of the SfL board of directors -- told an international panel addressing climate change that collaboration is critically important to ensure sustainable land and water management. As the sole representative of the world's farmers in the session held under the...

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