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The Climate Change Gourmet

Climate change will change how you eat Rachel Layne, Decmber 8, 2017 (CBS MoneyWatch) “…[Climate change] is also making itself felt on a smaller scale, like your dinner plate…[R]ising global temperatures are already affecting the world's food supply, shifting production of some popular items, like certain kinds of seafood, and raising the price of staples like beef, wheat and coffee.
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