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Title: Corn cultivation disrupts the global ecosystem
Authors: Naz, Aliya
Chowdhury, Abhiroop
Rosencranz, Armin
Keywords: Amazon Rain Forest
Biodiversity loss
Corn cultivation
Food security
Carbon Footprint
Climate change
African savanna
Issue Date: 8-Feb-2021
Publisher: The Statesman
Citation: Naz, A.; Chowdhury, A. and Rosencranz, A. (February 08, 2021) Corn cultivation disrupts the global ecosystem. The Statesman, pp.7.https://www.thestatesman.com/opinion/corn-cultivation-disrupts-global-ecosystem-1502950920.html
Abstract: Corn production has increased from 765 million metric tons in 2010 to 1116.41 million metric tons in 2020. The United States is the foremost corn producer, accounting for about 360 million metric tons production. The US is followed by China, Brazil and the EU.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/4482
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