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Economist Cline says developing nations to suffer most from warming's effects

According to a new study released by the Center for Global Development and the Peterson Institute, world agriculture will face serious decline due to global warming if global emissions are not reduced soon. During today's OnPoint, William Cline, the author of the study, "Global Warming and Agriculture: Impact Estimates by Country," explains why he believes agriculture in developing nations will suffer the greatest effects due to global warming. Cline makes international policy recommendations and also explains why he chose to make country-by-country projections in this analysis.