By Tim Radford / Climate News Network Global food production may need to rise by more than 100 per cent to deal with climate change’s effects on crops in the most vulnerable regions.
By Tim Radford / Climate News Network Researchers say air pollution from the use of vital fertilisers means that fossil fuel emissions must be reduced if we are to feed the world’s growing population.
By Tim Radford / Climate News Network The rapidly growing human population can feed itself without worsening climate change by destroying the planet’s forests, researchers say.
By Tim Radford / Climate News Network Scientists warn that plant breeders will need to accelerate development schedules if they are to ensure the ever-growing population can be fed as global temperatures rise.
By Tim Radford, Climate News Network As average temperatures rise an increasing global population—with many more elderly people—is going to be more vulnerable to extreme weather, UK scientists say.