Global Warming Spreading Pests Far and Wide According To Study

New research has concluded that global warming is helping pests and diseases that attack crops to spread around the world. Researchers from the universities of Exeter and Oxford have found crop pests are moving at an average of two miles (3km) a year. The team said they were heading towards the north and south poles, and were establishing in areas that were once too cold for them to live in. The research is published in the journal Nature Climate Change.

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