Climate change and the Tasmanian wine cluster
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The article discusses research on how Tasmanian wine clusters are addressing climate change. Wine businesses in Tasmanian wine clusters were asked to answer a survey about climate change and their responses to such challenge. The results of the research revealed a relatively weak exchange of climate change knowledge among wine businesses within the several wine sub-clusters in Tasmania. The results also confirmed previous findings that climate change impacts depend on location.
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