Climate Change Is Likely to Devastate the Global Food Supply. But There’s Still Reason to Be Hopeful

A couple of urban farmers organising crates of freshly harvested fruits and vegetables on a truck, ready to take them to market. The most troubling paradox of the 21st century may be that human population is expected to climb to 9.7 billion by midcentury — yet the global food supply is predicted to plummet. The Special Report on Climate Change and Land released earlier this month by the United Nations’ International Panel on Climate Change, penned by experts in more than 50 countries, details in

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