Climate Change Nebraska

Fourth National Climate Assessment

Efforts to improve Nebraska’s soil may reduce the risks of climate change too By: Jenna McCoy Del Ficke has been called the “Walt Whitman of soils.” “I don’t know if that’s good or bad, but I like Walt Whitman,” he says. “So, what the hell?” Ficke does tend to wax poetically about the quality of

Rising Temperatures Put Heat on Nebraska’s $7 Billion Corn Industry Food shortages could spark global upheavals By: Sophia Svanda Brothers Rodney and Rich Byars walk through a field of dead and stalled corn on July 16, 2012 in Geff, Ill. Summer temperatures in Nebraska in the mid-21st century could be similar to those experienced during