Global Warming Increased U.S. Crop Insurance Losses by $27 Billion in 27 Years


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A new Stanford University study shows hot, dry conditions caused by climate change have added billions of dollars to the cost of the federally subsidized insurance program that protects farmers against drops in crop prices and yields.

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