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We Are What We Eat, and What We Eat is Disappearing

in Environmentalism Food & Drink Politics & Society 177 views

I don’t really remember where the bakery was, and more importantly, even if I did, you may never be able to eat it. You see, according to the United Nations’ World Food Programme, climate change is expected to cut wheat crop yields in the Middle East by up to 20 percent. Other staple crops, like rice, are expected to take an even sharper drop. Rice yields in the region are expected to decrease by 30 percent even if the world meets the climate change targets set out in the Paris Climate Agreement. Continue Reading

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