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  • Monday, March 5, 2018

    The Unrecognized Dinner Party Threat To Climate

    Why what we eat is crucial to the climate change question; Our food – from what we eat to how it is grown – accounts for more carbon emissions than transport and yet staple crops will be hit hard by global warming

    Ruth Khasaya Oniango, 5 March 2018 (UK Guardian)

    “…[G]lobally, food systems account for roughly one quarter of all manmade greenhouse gas emissions. That’s more than the entire transportation sector, more than all industrial practices, and roughly the same as the production of electricity and heat…[T]he most immediate threat of climate change for most of the global population will be…our ability to grow critical staple crops…[Between 1980 and 2008,] wheat yields dropped 5.5% and maize yields fell 3.8% due to rising temperatures…[F]ood and agriculture are both enormous contributors to climate change, and massively impacted by it…[This] implores us to look beyond farm and agricultural practices…to solutions that address the full scope of the challenge to create more sustainable and equitable food systems…” click here for more

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