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Climate change and the future of wine

“Climate change affects us all,” Bridge remarks, immediately dispelling this comfortable sense of security. I ask him to explain why he believes the wine industry is in a strong position to provide leadership and innovation to combat climate change. “We grow the same plant, the vine, all over the world. This is done under different climatic conditions and we can all learn from each other.” Since Bridge has been running the company, Taylor’s can already claim twenty years involvement in mitigating climate change, practicing sustainable viticulture and reducing water consumption in its vineyards and wineries....

The Porto Protocol – Wineries Confront Climate Change

It’s a forum for corporations and individuals to share information on strategies for mitigating climate change. In terms of wine, that includes everything from rootstock to packaging, topics that will be covered in the follow-up to that first summit—now a bi-annual conference, the first coming up in Porto on March 5 and 7, 2019....

IPCC Report inspires collective leadership from industry leaders

With concerns continuing to grow over climate change, and the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report concluding that "rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes" are now required (source), many industry leaders are looking for ways to address the problem. Aenean viverra suscipit arcu, quis venenatis nulla molestie a. Nullam purus diam, tempus nec ante vulputate, rhoncus fringilla nunc. Proin et justo vitae mauris venenatis eleifend. Sed auctor orci finibus faucibus imperdiet. Sed sollicitudin justo ut urna congue fermentum. Nulla facilisi. Pellentesque gravida tempus iaculis. Nulla facilisi. Etiam aliquet convallis purus, sed pulvinar est condimentum et. Donec eget condimentum ligula, mattis finibus velit. Mauris elementum...

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