By Ellen Kanner
You may be chilly now, but on the global scale, things are heating up. Recent findings by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) conclude climate change will affect food security by 2050. Crop yields are forecast to be lower, and food prices, accordingly, will be higher, with staples like rice going up as much as 78 percent. That means we’re going to have to work hard not to go hungry. Or as Charles Darwin might have put it, we adapt or perish.
One way to adapt could have huge positive consequences. The United Nations International Panel of Sustainable …read more
Source: Huffington Post Green