Agriculture will likely face increasing stress from the decline in runoff and drought, as well as increasing air temperatures, and the probable rise in agricultural pests and weeds expected in a warmer climate. Climate change will bring about a drying climate in coming years which will severely affect agriculture no matter how quickly climate change policy is implemented. In Australia, for instance, current estimates expect climate change to cause a productivity loss in agriculture of about 9 per cent by 2050. Even when mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions starts to take effect, the climate will still continue to change.
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