Bummer: “Climate Change” Could Cause Crop Decline In Brazil

Alarmists being alarmist

(Climate Central) Higher temperatures, drastic changes in rainfall, lower productivity, more blight and disease − these are just some of the expected consequences of climate change in Brazil if the projections of 345 scientists who make up the Brazilian Panel on Climate Change (PBMC) prove true.

They predict that if present trends in greenhouse gas emissions continue, average temperatures in Brazil will be 3º-6ºC higher by 2100 than they were at the end of the 20th century.

Nice prognostication.

(BBC) A quarter of the (Brazil’s) foreign trade flows through Santos.

But in the past few weeks, this vital route has been clogged up as a result of the record amount of grain on its way to the port.

Soybean and corn harvests here have reached all-time highs this year and Brazil looks set to become the world’s top exporter of soybean.

(Agrimony) Brazil’s sugar exports are to soar above 29m tonnes, easily setting a record, US farm officials said, backing expectations of a bumper cane harvest despite poor conditions in the north east.

Well, that’s strange. Of course, the Warmists are going with their typical prognostications of happening in 2100, when no one will remember. This is not science.

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One Response to “Bummer: “Climate Change” Could Cause Crop Decline In Brazil”

  1. Scared_Of_My_Gumballs says:

    It wouldnt be the freezing temps could it?

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