Renata Brillinger

California Climate and Agriculture Network

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Executive director of California Climate and Agriculture Network (CalCAN).

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Fire, floods, and pests are biblical nightmares that are now commonplace thanks to climate change. Modern farmers have to adapt.

Climate change transforms how California farmers grow crops

Fire, floods, and pests are biblical nightmares that are now commonplace thanks to climate change. Modern farmers have to adapt.

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