Green Blog: Feeding Ourselves on a Warming Planet
As we have often noted here on the Green blog, one of the biggest uncertainties humanity faces regarding climate change is the potential effect on the world's food supply.Read more
#1 Feb 27, 2013
Researchers associated with Tufts University puts the overall risk in perspective. It is billed as a working paper, meaning
"it has not gone through formal scientific review,"
but it strikes me as worth highlighting nevertheless.
I would say the research they cite, though clearly an improvement over the work from the 1990s, is by
"no means definitive";
a major new program designed to improve "predictions" about climate and agriculture is still in its early phases
So at the end of the day more scientific science fiction.
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