As global food demand rises, climate change is hitting our staple crops

The world needs to produce more food to feed a larger and wealthier population – and climate change, with its heat and extreme weather, is reducing yields of a number of staple crops around the world.

The Conversation: 1 March 2017
Andrew Borrell, The University of Queensland

Thanks to Jenny Goldie, Climate Action Monaro, for alerting me to this article.

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