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Agriculture could be hit severely. The document says that climate changes will affect crop yields and livestock management, putting farm incomes at risk in some areas where agriculture could become unviable. "Food production risks could become an issue in certain parts of Europe," the report said, "as heat waves, droughts and pests are likely to increase the incidence of crop failures. "As yield variability increases, also the global food supply will be at risk which might be further aggravated by the possible increase in the demand for biomass for energy production." In addition the document predicts that climate change will affect industries like construction and tourism which will need to restructure. Transport systems will need to made "climate proof" it says, adding:" Major infrastructure such as bridges, ports and motorways have lifetimes of 80-100 years so today's investments must take full account of the conditions projected for the end of the century." "Building and other infrastructure designed to last 20-50 years will also have to withstand future climates."

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農業が厳しい打撃を受けるかもしれません。同文書は、気候変化が収穫量や家畜管理に影響して、営農が立ち行かなくなるかも知れないような幾つかの地域では農場所得を危険に晒すことになるだろう、と言っています。 「ヨーロッパの数か所で、食糧生産危険が問題になるかもしれません。熱波、干ばつ、害虫が、凶作の発生率を増加させる可能性があるからです」、と報告書は述べました。 「収穫高の変動幅が大きくなるのにつれて、さらにエネルギー生産用バイオマス(生物現存量)の需要増加が見込まれることにより、全地球的な食糧供給が悪化するという危険があるでしょう。」 同文書はさらに、気候変化が建築業や観光業のような産業に影響して、その再構成が必要になるだろう、と予言しています。 「輸送システムは、『気候保証』されることが必要でしょう」、と(文書は)つけ加えて言います。「橋梁、海港および高速道路のような主要インフラには、80-100年の耐用年数があります。したがって、今日の投資は、世紀末までを見通して計画された条件に見合うのに十分な見積もりをしておかなければなりません。」 「20-50年続くように設計された建物や他のインフラもまた、将来の(対応する期間の)気候に耐えるようにしなければなりません。」

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