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Posted Mon Oct 8 2012: from E&E Publishing:
Most farmers see climate change but can't see humans causing it
... A new crop of opinion polls suggests many U.S. farmers believe the climate is changing, but few lay the blame on man-made greenhouse gas emissions. Fewer still favor policies to cut greenhouse gas emissions. And many are turned off by even the mention of "climate change," which they consider a highly politicized phrase. A February survey of 4,778 farmers across the nation's Corn Belt found that while roughly two-thirds believe the climate is changing, just 8 percent believe human activities are the primary cause... Perhaps unsurprisingly, polls also show few growers are willing to accept measures designed to combat climate change.
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