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Wine and climate change: 8,000 years of adaptation

Wine has been adapting since the Little Ice Age. JPS68/Wikimedia, CC BY-SA Jean-Robert Pitte, Université Paris-Sorbonne - Sorbonne Universités These days it is almost impossible to say anything moderately optimistic about climate change. But geographers, archaeologists, historians, agronomists and biologist can show some positive effects, because they allow for the immense creativity and resilience of human societies, and of living things in general, as demonstrated throughout the ages and across the great variety of different habitats on the planet.
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