DA to change policies following adverse effects of climate change
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After several natural calamities have cut down the country's agricultural output, the Department of Agriculture (DA) is planning to incorporate climate change policies in its programs, plans and budget to meet the demands of the forthcoming weather changes. Through the DA, the government will be setting up 153 automatic weather stations in agricultural production areas to give weather advisories to food producers, Alcala said.
DA to change policies following adverse effects of climate change. (2015, January 5). Panay News, pp. B2, B9.
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