CFACT Senior Fellow Peter Murphy challenged a panel at the United Nations’ 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, on how higher CO2 has lead to record crop yields.

The panel replied that the conditions discussed during the panel are “difficult to imagine being conducive to better yield” of crops, but did provide any data to counter Murphy’s points.

Watch the exchange here:



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