Climate – Feeding a hotter planet

New York Times: Hunger is a problem of plenty, not scarcity, in modern times. We produce more food than we eat. Yet millions of people go hungry, because they can’t afford it.
Pandemic, war, and climate change have brought matters to a head.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization, the production of primary crops — mainly sugar cane, maize, wheat and rice — expanded by 52 percent between 2000 and 2020, reaching a record 9.3 billion metric tons in 2019.

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