Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Littorai-Wines-Tasting-Room-27MZIFIELAHS.htmlConceptually similarVineyard ViewGP02KDUCompleted★★★★Littorai Wine RoomGP02KDVCompleted★★★★Littorai Wine BarrelsGP02KDWCompleted★★★★In the VineyardGP02KDTCompleted★★★★Between the VinesGP02KDRCompleted★★★★Ted Lemon, proprietor for Littorai Wines, stands in his vineyard in SebastopolGP02KDSCompleted★★★★Littoral Wines Tasting RoomGP02KDYCompleted★★★★Pesticides in Swiss WinesGP0STQ4S0Completed★★★★Senate Climate Skeptic Hearing in Washington D.C.GP0STPHF4Completed★★★★View AllGP02KDXLittorai Wines Tasting RoomTed Lemon, proprietor for Littorai Wines, samples his wine in Sebastopol. Scientists predict that global warming will bring higher temperatures, more heat waves and less precipitation - changes that could destroy the state's $15 billion wine industry. Furthermore, a study conducted by Purdue University’s Climate and Earth Systems research group projects that there will be over an 80% reduction in total premium wine production due to climate change . Lemon’s pinot noir is particularly susceptible to the consequences of a changing climate. If left unaddressed, global warming could make it impossible to grow Pinot Noir in California.Locations:California-North America-United States of AmericaDate:23 Nov, 2009Credit:© Kim White / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2237pxKeywords:Agricultural land-Agricultural products-Agriculture-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Farmers-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Men-One person-Sampling (activity)-VineyardsShoot:Climate Impacts Northern California FarmersA walnut farmer and a Vinter talk about the impacts of climate change on their crops. California is at risk of severe climate impacts that could affect millions of people in the state: drought, wildfires, sea level rise and beach erosion, seasonal changes affecting the wine industry, decreased Sierra snowpack, and landslides. The diverse landscape and demographic of the state means that many places and people will be affected if world leaders do not act to reduce global warming pollution according to scientific recommendations. We've spent the past month talking with farmers in the Central Valley, wine growers in Northern California, and Southern CA residents living in fire-prone areas, who have experienced the impacts of wildfires.