Just half a degree less global warming would avert food shortage
Farmers gathering potatoes in Bangladesh, a country vulnerable to food insecurityZakir Hossain Chowdhury / NurPhoto / via Getty Images By…
By Helen Thomson
Sometimes it’s good to over-reach – particularly when it comes to stopping climate change. New evidence comparing the impacts of 1.5°C and 2°C rises in temperature reveal the unprecedented food shortages, economic inequality and species loss that will occur if we don’t aim for the more ambitious target.
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