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How Cargill is adapting to climate change

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Fresh sweet corn sits in a pile.
Fresh sweet corn sits in a pile at the Cargill grain facility in Savage, Minnesota on Monday, Sept. 23, 2013. Food companies donate corn when too much of the crop ripens at the same time, exceeding processing capacity. Most of the corn would otherwise be used as animal feed or fertilizer.
Julie Siple | MPR News file
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Every Thursday, MPR meteorologist Paul Huttner joins Kerri Miller to talk about the latest research on our changing climate and the consequences we're seeing here in Minnesota and worldwide.
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Every Thursday, climate experts join Kerri Miller and Meteorologist Paul Huttner to talk about the latest research on our changing climate and the consequences we're seeing here in Minnesota and worldwide.

This week, Cargill Executive Chairman Greg Page joined us to talk about how climate change will affect crop yield and the ability to feed our world. How are corporations adapting to the economic consequences of climate change?