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March 24, 2014 |  By: INS/Roush

Iowa and Climate Change

With the increase in droughts, floods and other weather extremes related to climate change, a new push is on across Iowa to take meaningful action. Matt Russell is a coordinator at the Drake University Agricultural Law Center.
He says there is a tremendous opportunity for farmers in Iowa to make a significant impact on carbon pollution. 

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The gathering, Russell says, also will include members of the state's faith, academic, environmental and small-business communities.

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Russell will be a featured speaker at an upcoming panel discussion on the impacts of climate change to be held Mar. 30, 2014.